Taking a proactive approach to employees’ financial wellbeing

Financial stress could be costing employers €2,000 per employee per year

9th October, 2021
Taking a proactive approach to employees’ financial wellbeing
Rory Coll, managing director, Coll & Co: ‘If you alleviate financial stress by improving financial resilience, you’ll have a more productive and engaged workforce’

Don’t ignore the impact of financial stress on your workforce as part of your wellbeing programme, said Rory Coll, Coll & Co, the independent taxation and financial specialists based in Galway.

It makes sound business sense to look after employee health and wellbeing. After all, it is much easier to attract and retain top talent if you have built a reputation for taking good care of your workforce. John Hancock’s financial stress survey...

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