6 Strategies to Improve Employee Financial Stress and Maximize Productivity
Retailers and their employees have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, with many pivoting to respond to the shift to online sales, curbside pickup and new in-store processes.
Amidst these challenges, retailers must understand that employees will struggle more than ever to manage financial stress, resulting in far-reaching implications on business performance and profitability. The stakes are high, as it’s estimated employers lose 150 hours of productivity per employee each year due to financial stress.1
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1Chicago Business Journal, April 2019, “Employees’ Money Worries Drain Employers’ Bottom Line”