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man in tie trying to balance between two walls Financially stressed employees are 2 times less likely to get enough sleep, exercise regularly, eat healthy. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Employers are starting to realize the impact of employee financial stress, for good reason — there is a direct correlation between the economic health of employees and the companies they work for.

Since nearly 60 percent of employees in the U.S. say they are financially stressed—more than all other life stressors combined—employers should not only be concerned about this problem, but also actively trying to solve it.



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