CIPD study | Half of firms don't have financial wellbeing policies

Half of firms don't have financial wellbeing policies

Data released by the CIPD has found that, despite the greater emphasis placed on the HR function and worker wellbeing throughout the course of the coronavirus pandemic, less than half of all employers have a financial wellbeing policy in place.

The pandemic has been a time of great economic instability both for businesses and workers, making financial wellbeing a prominent area of HR’s remit over the past 12 months.

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