Help your employees boost their financial IQ this Financial Literacy Month
Strengthening financial literacy can not only help your employees -- it can also become a support for generational change. Here are 3 steps to get started.
By Freda Lee|April 22, 2021 at 08:02 AM
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It’s more than likely that many of your employees are stressed out by their finances. The American Psychological Association published their annual Stress in America study at the end of last year, reporting that 64% of adults identify money as a significant source of stress in their life.
This may be especially true for your younger employees. Those just entering the workforce might be putting together their first-ever budgets and, at the same time, staring at the reality of what it means to make ends meet while handling student loan debt and other pressures.
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