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Most everyone knows what wellness programs are designed to do for the body — help you get and stay more physically fit and be more proactive for your personal health. But what about your company and your employees’ financial well-being? Do your employees suffer from the financial flu?

A new survey from Consumer Affairs says money worries have become a significant distraction for employees during working hours. Not Facebook, not chain emails, not weight loss — worries about money. Although many U.S. businesses have recovered from the Great Recession, many of the people who work at those businesses haven’t. The Society for Human Resource Management says those worries are now a huge drain on employee productivity. Here’s what the 2014 SHRM survey Financial Wellness in the Workplace found:

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