Facing financial stress? Your Employer may be abel to help.

2015 Documento de trabajo de la OCDE/ INFE para la medición de la alfabetización financiera e inclusión financiera

Abstract

More than half of employees at midsized and large U.S. firms say that financial concerns are a source of stress, even more than family, medical or work-related problems.

Of those employees reporting high financial stress, 78% say that this anxiety affects their work, according to the survey conducted by the Financial Health Network, on behalf of Morgan Stanley. Increasingly, employers are looking to help their employees handle money issues.

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Employers Financial Health Financial Stress

Authors

Morgan Stanley

Financial Health Network

Additional Information

Date published

06/06/2019

Document Type

Research

Geographies

Estados Unidos, United States

Target

General

Pages

1

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