Employees struggling with their finances suffer from far higher levels of stress, and poorer health, than those who are unworried financially, a new report has found.
Willers Towers Watson's latest financial wellbeing report has reiterated the need for employers to face up to the realisation that employees will require better help managing their finances in the face of economic uncertainty. According to the report, four out of five of those ‘struggling' financially at work are suffering from high (44%) or above average (36%) stress levels, compared to only a third of those who are ‘unworried' reporting high (6%) or above average (27%) levels of stress, the...
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