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Workers in office If a company is interested in productive, committed, inspired employees, the only way to achieve that is through an integrated Total Rewards program. (Image: Shutterstock)

According to a recent WorldatWork study on financial well-being conducted at the end of 2019 in partnership with Computershare, life events (39 percent), rising health care costs (34 percent) and personal debt (22 percent) were identified as leading stressors in the workplace. In a tight labor force where retaining key talent is crucial, Total Rewards leaders will be challenged to align their employee experience with what the workforce expects and needs.

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