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financial stress and employee burnout

Financial stress and employee burnout

According to the Resolution Foundation, millions of families are facing a “cost-of-living catastrophe” in 2022. The think tank predicts that steep rises in energy bills and taxes, combined with stagnant wages, could result in households facing a typical income hit of £1,200 a year. Following on from the pandemic, which has already eroded financial resilience for many people, this comes as a fresh blow.  

Fiona Thompson | Mental Wellbeing Writer

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