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      Housing and debt the biggest financial concern for employees

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      A survey of employers in England and Wales by intermediary Jelf Employee Benefits highlights the damage to work and productivity caused by employees’ personal financial problems. The research, undertaken in the first half of 2017, surveyed more than 300 employers in private, public and third-sector organisations. According to the findings, employers believe that money worries may […]

      Finance fears as budget looms

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      A third of Brits between the ages of 18 and 70 are concerned their financial situation will get worse over 2017, according to new research released in the run up to this year’s budget announcement. Ran by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), the survey shows that just 15% believe they’re living comfortably […]

      Britain’s workforce reveal bad spending habits leaving them caught short until January payday

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      With another expensive Christmas period behind us, a new survey reveals the bad spending habits leaving Brits struggling to survive from an early December payday until their first wage of the new year. 10,000 people in the UK were asked by finance specialist Solution Loans which reckless spending behaviour they were guilty of – and […]

      Alleviating financial stress: Take control of your finances to get back on track at work

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      Getting into financial trouble affects individuals in different ways, with one in four saying it makes them perform poorly at work. Money plays such a big role in our lives, so it’s important to stay in control – otherwise it can have a detrimental impact on health. Aviva’s recent Save Smarter survey revealed the UK’s […]

      1 in 4 people performing poorly at work due to money worries

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      A quarter of people are suffering with money worries so substantial that it is affecting their ability to do their job, according to a new survey of more than 1800 UK employees. The number reporting problems rises to a nearly a third (31%) among 18-24 year olds and those living in London (32%). The research, […]

      Money worries cause Brits 70 sleepless nights a year

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      Brits are suffering more than 70 sleepless nights a year over money worries, according to new research. The average person has almost six broken nights a month, adding up to more than 71 a year. And it’s not just our sleep that is suffering – more than a quarter of people admit that money worries are […]

      Brits worry about their finances on payday

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      Research released to mark National Stress Awareness Day yesterday reveals how the nation’s emotional relationship with personal finances is downright weird. The findings counter intuitively show that the week the nation is most flush with cash is also the week the nation starts getting financially stressed, with nearly a quarter (24%) starting to have feelings […]

      Staff financial wellbeing low on employers’ agenda

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      UK employers are overlooking staff financial wellbeing, according to the latest Close Brothers Asset Management Business Barometer. The research, which comes from a survey of almost 900 employers across the UK, found that just under half (48%) do not have a staff wellbeing strategy in place at all. Just 35% have one in place already, […]

      Late payments putting UK employees in the red

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      More than a fifth of British workers claim bosses have failed to pay their wages on time, causing them to suffer financial losses as a result, according to new research. A study of 2,000 UK employees conducted by Cascade HR found that 22% have been paid late from their current employer at some point in […]

      Experiencing financial stress may lead to physical pain

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      According to a new study money worries can cause more than just psychological stress, with those who are stressed about their financial future also experiencing more physical pain than those who are financially secure. The new research, published in the journal Psychological Science, was led by a team of researchers from the University of Virginia […]