Employees don’t want to talk about financial well-being.

Even though money is never far from anyone’s mind, particularlyif it’s causing stress, people still don’t want to talk aboutit.

That’s among the findings of the most recent 2017 FinancialMindset study from Alight Solutions, which points outthat Americans would rather discuss, by hefty margins, otherwisecontroversial topics such as religion/spirituality (46 percent saidthey’d rather talk about that than their personal finances),family/personal matters (45 percent), political/social views (45percent), weight (42 percent) or mental health (33 percent).

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