The Houston medical school and healthcare provider has a substantial challenge when it comes to talent. It shares the 50-million-square-foot Texas Medical Center with 54 other medical institutions, all vying for the same workforce.

Rising above the competition requires Baylor College of Medicine to continually assess its benefits portfolio to ensure that its total rewards programs are at or above the industry standards, valued by employees, and furthering talent goals. 

With education high up on both employees' and BCM's wish lists, the tuition program has been a focal point for innovation.