PublisherPartnership for Workplace Mental Health/American Psychiatric Association Foundation
Peer ReviewedAlan Axelson, MD; William L. Bruning, JD, MBA; T. Larry Myette, MD, MPH, DABPM; Deborah Owens, LPC, CACD, CEAP; Paul Pendler, PsyD
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AbstractIt is widely recognized that more and more workers in the U.S. are experiencing financial difficulties. It is important for employers to understand and respond to these kinds of problems facing their workers. This research brief summarizes why and how.
Table of ContentsIntroduction: The Issue and Why It Is Important to Business. Part 1: Research Literature Review. Part II: Answers From Research. Part III: Employer Action Steps. Part IV: Case Study Examples. Part V: Resources. References (38).
DescriptionWhite paper for employers.
CitationAttridge, M. (2009, February). Employee personal financial distress and how employers can help. Research Works, 1(1) (10 pages). Partnership for Workplace Mental Health/American Psychiatric Association Foundation.
SponsorsAmerican Psychiatric Association Foundation
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