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Looking back at 2020, financial wellness was one of the most-talked-about employee benefits. Thanks to the lockdown, it became obvious fairly quickly that the impact of the pandemic on the economy meant millions of people’s finances took a thrashing. Awareness grew among employers that if they didn’t step up to help via benefits offerings, their employees and their business would suffer in both the short and long term.

Now that 2020 is nearly over, many people are turning to look at 2021 with some trepidation as well as some hope. To discuss what we might expect in 2021 around employee financial wellness, we turned to Marion Mathes, Founder and CEO of CreditWorks.

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C.J. Marwitz

C.J. Marwitz is a writer and editor.

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