The cost of employee financial stress

Free workplace financial health assessment available

Long before inflation started to climb, financial stress had been an issue for most people at some point in their lives. The burden of money woes doesn't just impact the individual; the consequences of this pressure spills over into other aspects of their lives, in particular, their work. That distraction can have a real-world cost for your business. Did you know the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada estimated that the productivity cost of financial stress amounts to $1,000 per employee each year? 


According to a poll at Angus Reid Institute, 53% of respondents said their finances are being overtaken by day-to-day living essentials, like groceries and gas. Providing your employees with financial skills and tools is no longer a nice to have; it’s a must-have. Join CacheFlo to learn how you can both support your employees' financial health, and the health of your own bottom line by bringing financial capability resources into your business. 


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Stephanie Holmes-Winton

Stephanie Holmes-Winton is the CEO and Founder of CacheFlo. The concepts that CacheFlo’s products are based on were developed during her decade working as an independent financial advisor from 2001 to 2011. She then sold her practice and took her concept to start a training program for other advisors.


In 2013, Stephanie launched the Certified Cash Flow Specialist designation program (which qualifies for 31 FP Canada-Approved CE Credits). Soon after came the original version of the professional cash flow planning software. Stephanie has written two books on spending and debt: Defusing the Debt Bomb, and $pent. She’s also been a regular contributor in media, including CBC Radio and CTV, and her advice has been featured in publications from coast to coast.