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The Workplace as a Platform for Financial Stability: A Profile of Working Bridges
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Employers lose good workers for seemingly inexplicable reasons. Whether it is a long-term, reliable worker who starts missing work or a new hire who seems to be performing well and then suddenly stops showing up to work altogether, employers often do not understand the underlying causes for this change in behaviour. Equally challenging to employers are workers distracted on the job due to non-work-related issues, in some cases compounded by the complex issues facing someone from generational poverty, with a disability, or recently immigrated to the United States. For employers that have invested in hiring and training workers, these issues affect the business of running a business. WORKING BRIDGES, an employer collaborative dedicated to improving workplace productivity, retention, advancement, financial stability, and well-being for employees, has identified some of the reasons for workplace attrition and developed an innovative and surprising set of solutions
Author: Inger Giuffrida
Topic: Financial well-being
Publisher: FINRA Investor Education Foundation
Location: United States
Format: Report
Content Type: Research
Publication Date: June 30, 2015