2021 Financial Wellness Year in Review


Workplace stress has risen steadily for over a decade, and with the help of a global pandemic has reached a tipping point in 2021. Workers are increasingly expecting more support from their employers, and they are willing to change jobs to get it. To compete for talent, employers must shift their approach to benefit design and corporate culture to accommodate the new workforce. This report examines the divergence in financial wellness priorities that is signaling a shift in the employer-employee relationship and offers guidance for how employers can handle this workplace revolution.

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