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The Case for Employers to Invest in Employee Financial Health

Employees at mid- to large-sized companies struggle with many aspects of their financial lives, causing them stress and creating spillover effects on job productivity, according to a new survey of 1,000 employees. In this infographic, Financial Health Network reveals key survey findings and opportunities for employers.

Thursday, May 23, 2019
 The Case for Employers to Invest in Employee Financial Health

Employees at mid- to large-sized companies struggle with many aspects of their financial lives, causing them stress and creating spillover effects on job productivity, according to a new survey of 1,000 employees. In this infographic, Financial Health Network reveals key survey findings and opportunities for employers.

Top Takeaways

By offering holistic financial wellness benefits, employers can help reduce employee stress, improve retention and engagement, and set themselves apart in the marketplace.

Employees at all income levels are financially stressed

Financial stress impacts employee productivity

Employees are looking to employers for solutions

Employees have diverse financial needs

Employers can compete by offering holistic solutions

Clear communication about financial wellness benefits is essential

Data Spotlight

Full-time employees at mid- to large-sized companies struggle with many aspects of their financial health.

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Our Supporters

Data comes from a survey of 1,000 U.S. workers employed full-time for companies with more than 500 employees. The survey was conducted on behalf of Financial Health Network in November and December 2018 by Greenwald & Associates, with strategic contributions and financial support from Morgan Stanley. This infographic is the first in a series highlighting key findings from this research.

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