The Employer’s Guide to Financial Wellbeing

Salary Finance

The Employer’s Guide to Financial Wellbeing is the result of a survey of over 10,000 employees across 25 sectors. The research, from Salary Finance, was designed to better understand how personal money matters affect people’s day-to-day lives and their performance at work.

The guide analyses the deep and varied impact of personal money worries and the cost to employers caused by a workforce suffering from low financial wellbeing.

The report discusses:

  • How financial worries affect stress and mental health
  • The impact this has on people’s relationships at work and their ability to complete daily tasks
  • The impact of financial wellbeing on attrition, and the hard cost for employers
  • The correlation between levels of financial literacy and financial wellbeing
  • The role employers can play in improving financial literacy
  • The financial wellbeing benefits employees would most like from their employers
  • The relationship between financial wellbeing and salary (clue - it is not the amount that you earn but what you do with it that is the cause of money worries!)




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At Salary Finance, we understand the impact finances have on our health, our happiness, our home life, and our work life.

By partnering with employers, we offer a benefit that helps employees improve their lives, by improving their finances. We do this by helping people save each month, offering loans people can actually afford to pay back, and creating simple tools for people to manage their money.