It’s Time to Prioritize Employees’ Financial Health

Publisher: Financial Wellness Strategies

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It’s Time to Prioritize Employees’ Financial Health

Harvard Business Review (Jan 2024). When an individual has financial health, they experience greater overall well-being and bring their best selves to the workplace. Unfortunately, 80% of employees report being financially stressed, and only 28% of employers offer financial wellness programs. Today’s workers must navigate complicated benefits packages and make critical decisions about their personal finances with limited or no guidance from their employers. This article discusses three steps you as an employer can take to boost the financial health of your employees and alleviate money-related stress and distractions.