Many financially stressed employees confess to spending 3+ hours of their work week distracted by personal finances, that’s 156 hours per year. This means you could be losing up to $5,260 per employee!
So, what can employers do? Here are three ways employers can help employees manage financial stress:
- Offer financial wellness programs
- Encourage more savings with a company match
- Provide financial education
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 PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. “Employee Financial Wellness Survey” (2018): PWC. May 2018.
 Based on 2017, employer costs for employee compensation (ECEC) $33.725 per hour. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
“Employer Costs for Employee Compensation- Dec.2017” www.bls.gov. March 20, 2018.
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