The Importance of Financially Fit Employees Whitepaper.

Employer supported financial education is fast becoming a “best practice” among leading employers who want to create a productive and profitable workforce. If you’re not yet providing a financial literacy program for your employees, here’s what you’re missing out on.

What you’ll learn:

  • How to increase employee happiness and productivity through financial wellness
  • What is a financial literacy program
  • Why you should offer a financial literacy program to your employees
  • How to increase employee retention and reduce turnover
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The importance of employee financial wellness
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Why the financial wellness of your employees is crucial to your business.

It should come as no surprise that personal financial stress impacts a person’s performance at work. Financially stressed employees are more vulnerable to making mistakes and getting injured on the job.

According to PwC’s 2016 Employee Financial Wellness Survey, financial stress affects 52% of employees. And Millennials are in worse shape financially than most.

The report shows 64% of Millennials are stressed about their finances. Almost half of them (46%) find it difficult to meet their household expenses on time each month. And 37% say that issues with personal finances are a distraction at work.

While basic money management plays a critical role in an individual’s financial wellbeing, helping your employees improve their money management skills can raise business productivity as well.


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