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Financial stress can lead to distraction at work, absenteeism, and high turnover. These challenges can have a significant financial impact on a business’s bottom line. Across generations, life stages, and socioeconomic statuses, all employees agree that personal finances is their number-one source of stress.
Employees have always brought personal stress into the office. But as work and life continue to blend, employees’ lives outside of work — and the stress that comes with them — make more of an impact on their work life than ever before. Employers have a vested interest in helping employees manage their personal stress, ensuring that it doesn’t affect their ability to thrive in the workplace.