Good health and sound wealth are the backbones of overall wellbeing.
A healthy body and mind can still have money worries, and this is likely to impact stress, productivity and potentially absenteeism.
Like exercise, financial health should be something that is looked at regularly.
But as with exercise, even a little raised financial awareness, such as conducting an annual review of your budget, your expenditure, your pension plans and other savings, will do the world of good.
Help employees acheive financial wellnessAccording to the Barclay’s report Financial well-being: the last taboo in the workplace? , 46% of employees worry about their finances and 20% think their finances are impacting on their work. Providing a financial education programme could help reduce employees’ anxieties and help improve their performance as a result.