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Pink piggy bank sweating under load of giant rock Employees who are distracted by financial stress spend too much of their workday worrying about money, which reduces productivity. (Photo: Shutterstock)

A global pandemic is compounding financial stress on employees across the world. With prospective employees navigating their return to the office, and businesses feverishly defending their turf amid the Great Resignation, savvy employers are looking for ways to integrate financial wellness programs into their current benefit plans.

Today’s employees increasingly rely on their employer to serve as more than just a paycheck source. Instead, employees expect their employer to be a trusted source of guidance on the best ways to optimize income. This is critical because employees who are distracted by financial stress spend too much of their workday worrying about money, which reduces productivity. Much of that stress can be traced back to a simple but profound cause: a lack of financial literacy.

 

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