Category: Consumer education and empowerment

Financial wellness at work

In the wake of the recession, many employers have seen how financial distress reduces worker productivity, increases absenteeism, and undermines employees’ health. Forward-looking employers have begun to take action, adopting creative approaches to enhance employee financial well-being. We’ve been researching how innovative companies are leveraging technology, peer-to-peer relationships, and other promising practices to find low-cost, high-impact ways to promote financial wellness at work. Our report is a resource for employers, non-profits, and others interested in promoting financial wellness programs in the workplace.

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Financial wellness at work