Put Your Employees on the Path From Financial Stress to Financial Success

60% of employees say financial stress has a detrimental impact on their jobs
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In the age of Covid-19, employees are faced with new financial challenges that are increasing their stress levels and cascading down to their work. In a recent survey fielded just weeks after the pandemic began to take hold, 60% of employees indicated that the financial stress they’re feeling has a detrimental impact on their work performance. This is particularly difficult for employers during a time when organizations need to maximize productivity to offset the growing pressures on their businesses.

In Edelman Financial Engines’ latest report “Covid-19 and Financial Well-Being” we explore how employers can help employees manage financial stress, be better prepared, and improve work productivity.

In this report, we’ll highlight:

  • Employee financial well-being amid Covid-19, as measured by financial stress, readiness, and outlook
  • The impact of financial stress on work productivity and an employee’s future financial stability
  • How employers can ensure employees find their track
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