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A recent survey showed that keeping talent is the most critical issue for over half of HR professionals.
With pandemic burnout, economic uncertainty, and mental health needs outpacing available services, employees have an appetite for respect, fair compensation, and benefits that go above and beyond.
In dollar amounts, lower productivity and absenteeism related to financial stress cost an estimated $1,900 per employee and an estimated yearly loss of 1 million dollars for a mid-sized employer.
A recent survey found that with inflation infiltrating many aspects of everyday life, 70% of employees want help to optimize benefit dollars.
Helping workers make informed decisions with retirement savings, health care coverage, and additional benefits during fall open enrollment can empower workers to feel more in control of their finances during a potentially rough economic sea.
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