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Following more than two years of pandemic-related disruptions to our everyday lives, 2022's economic turmoil and market volatility have added insult to injury. Workers are feeling stressed by generationally high inflation, precipitous market declines, and persistent headlines about a potential recession — and there doesn't seem to be relief in sight.

It hasn't been easy for employers, either, with the Great Resignation, the Great Attrition, labor shortages, and quiet quitting. And financial stress among employees can be an expensive burden for business, costing you more than $2,400 per employee in absenteeism and lost productivity.

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