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A financially literate employee is a more productive employee

The link between improved financial literacy and improved employee productivity and retention has been established by numerous academic and industry research studies.

  • Financially literate employees are better able to understand how they can achieve their personal goals by helping their employer achieve its profit and growth objectives.
  • Employees who have financial control are less stressed. Stress, especially financial stress, and its impact on health and relationships is a major contributor to absenteeism, increased health costs, and loss of focus on the job.

To learn more about this issue and the training programs available through the Cygnet Institute of Personal Financial Literacy; a §501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit organization. Visit their website.