Financial Stress Employee Productivity: How to Help Both

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Financial Stress Employee  Productivity: How to Help Both

Having optimism in your financial future sometimes feels like it’s on a sliding scale. We all have felt it, and we all have been on both ends. It’s important to remember that your employees feel it too. As an HR Leader you can help both financial stress employee productivity at the same time. A real win win for all parties. According to the Bank of America and Merrill Lynch’s Workplace Benefits Report, 56% of employees are stressed when it comes to their financial situation. 53% of those employees also reported that that particular stress interferes with their ability to focus and be productive at work. PWC’s 2017 Employee Financial Wellness Survey also echoed similar findings.