Tuesday 13th Jun, 2017
Money and Mental Health
New research from The Money and Mental Health Policy Institute shows how money worries affect mental health and performance at work.
The report – titled Overstretched, Overdrawn, Underserved: Financial difficulty and mental health at work – found that over two thirds of employees who are struggling financially report at least one sign of poor mental health that could affect their ability to function at work, which means almost a million British workers are in this position. The analysis also found that people with money worries are 50% more likely to show signs of poor mental health than people who feel comfortable about their finances. Read full article
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