Financial well-being is an aspect of employee wellness that is often overlooked. But it’s essential that you feel healthy financially, just as you should feel healthy physically and emotionally.
What does financial well-being mean?
It can include:
- Minimal feelings of financial stress
- A strong financial foundation (little or no debt, emergency savings and living below your means)
- A plan to follow to achieve future financial goals
Financial well-being can mean being worried less, which means less stress and more energy in your life. Less stress can mean fewer illnesses, increased productivity, higher feelings of satisfaction and self-worth, and feeling more engaged in your work and life.
Makes cents, er, sense, right?
Financial well-being is just as important as our physical and mental well-being. In fact, these three aspects of wellness work together. Achieving balance in all three can mean a more rewarding, healthier, and happier life.
Focusing on healthy financial habits and behaviors leads to better decision-making, and the results can yield true rewards in your life. Invest in yourself by enjoying the benefits of your In the Green well-being portal’s financial health resources.