Two in three employees have poor financial wellbeing: Aviva

Latest research highlights staff financial concerns

John Brazier
clock • 2 min read
Two in three employees have poor financial wellbeing: Aviva

Aviva has found that the majority of UK employees are just about getting by financially and highlights the role employers play in staff financial wellbeing.

The insurer's Thriving Through the Age of Ambiguity report was originally conducted among 5,000 UK employees in February last year, repeated in August 2020 and then again in March this year. Aviva found that 35% of employees are showing signs of practising good saving behaviours across five key indicators, while 65% of employees find their saving habits leave them feeling financially exposed in at least one area, and more than one in four (28%) feel their finances control their lives. Overall,...

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