Special Report: Financial stress and the bottom line

Special Report: Financial stress and the bottom line

Abstract

Financial stress can have a major impact on employees, from greater health concerns to trouble with relationships and distractions at work.

This same stress can also influence a company’s well being, including potentially higher costs due to elevated healthcare plan use, lost productivity from distractions/ absenteeism, and lower savings for retirement or medical expenses. This special report, based on the results of our 2017 Employee Financial Wellness Survey, delves into data around stress and its impact on the financial well-being of both the employee and employer.

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Tags

Financial Health Workforce

Authors

PWC

Web

PWC

Additional Information

Date published

01/09/2017

Document Type

Research

Geographies

United States

Target

General

Pages

17

Source

PWC

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