Money Problems? Financial Literacy Could Benefit Your Business and Employees Returning to Work – As Featured by Forbes
Financial concerns are front and center for workers who may have lost their jobs during the pandemic. While many are returning to work with the pandemic in the rear-view mirror, finances may still be tight. Many workers are behind on payments or incurred further debt. They may lack knowledge about their finances and how best to manage.
An Allsup Employment Services (AES) expert discusses how financial stress can contribute to health issues and absenteeism. As a Social Security-authorized Employment Network (EN), AES helps people with disabilities return to work and reclaim their financial future. AES experts recommend that employers create financial literacy programs to help all employees gain a better understanding of their financial obligations and goals. Workers who have been through life-changing disabilities can provide perspective on the financial impact of earning an income and can be a valued resource when creating financial wellness programs.
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