Think their employer should do more to support their personal finances
1 in 5 employees says they will look for a new, higher-paying job in the next 12 months if the cost of living crisis worsens. With financial stress and staff retention strongly linked, it pays to invest in your current team.
67% of employees say money worries affect their work...
...of which, 59% say it makes them less productive.
Employees with money worries also take more sick days, feel undervalued and actively look for higher-paying jobs.
And it’s not just the lowest paid who are impacted.
It’s your entire workforce.
In fact, the more an employee earns, the more likely they are to spend time on a personal financial task, while at work.
All the while, an overwhelming 81% of employees say a financial wellbeing programme would increase their satisfaction.
It could even see them stay longer at your company.
Many employees even know what kind of support they’re after.
There are clear signs financial education and wellbeing programmes provide a big opportunity for employers, when competing for talent.
And, so far, few employers have managed to get it right.
19% increase in pension income per year
39% increase in financial asset value
£47k average monetary benefit after 10 years
10% feel less stressed about the future
44% feel more confident about managing their money
28% feel more secure after putting a financial plan in place
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Data has been taken from ONS, MAPS, YouGov, PWC.