Why financial education is good—but action is so much better

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As employers expanded benefits this past year to help struggling employees manage the impacts of the pandemic, they also started looking more holistically at the needs of their workforce—shedding light on how integral financial wellness is to the overall benefits picture.

Melissa Gopnik

Pandemic-driven job losses hit Americans hard, illuminating the reality that many Americans are not on strong financial footing—and that has a direct link to physical, mental and emotional wellness, says Melissa Gopnik, senior vice-president at Commonwealth. While employers are increasingly recognizing that tie and providing financial education for workers, now is a prime opportunity to take awareness-raising

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