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We've talked a lot about how stress is the number one productivity killer in the workplace. Can you guess what the number one cause of stress is? If you guessed finances you'd be correct. The trend towards healthy, stress-free workplaces is as strong as ever and financial health needs to play a key part in your broader employee wellness initiatives. Let's take a more in depth look at the concept of financial wellness and how it impacts your business.
You know as well as anyone else that employees have lives outside of their work. It's a good idea to keep these things separate when possible, but when employees are feeling overwhelmed by distracting personal problems, it can suddenly start intruding into the workplace. Stress is one of the top productivity killers in the workplace, and Americans are more stressed than ever before.
When you hear the word "disability" it immediately conjures to mind an aging or infirm person. Someone who is young and in great shape doesn't need to worry about a disability, right? This is unfortunately not the case. Even young, healthy adults are not immune to illness or injury.
Illness can place an enormous burden on a family, a burden that is often both emotional and financial. The emotional weight of a serious illness is enough to deal with without throwing money into the mix, but unfortunately, nothing in life is free.
Most of the time, you don't see an accident coming. Another thing you may not see coming is the many costs associated with the accident that aren't covered by health insurance. These costs can quickly add up and for an employee who isn't prepared, they can be financially devastating.
You probably have an idea of what your business is worth, but do you know precisely? Sometimes issues arise where the exact value of an owner's interest in a business needs to be quantified, and that's why business valuations are important. So let's go over exactly what a business valuation is and talk about a few reasons why you would want to perform one on your business.
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