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We all know supporting employee financial well-being is the right thing to do, especially as Americans' financial situations deteriorate. But, HR teams are stretched enough as it is. How are you going to tackle financial well-being in addition to everything else?

These days, HR professionals are being asked to produce more with increasingly fewer resources. Benefits teams, for example, are smaller than ever before, but are expected to deliver two, three or four times as many options than they did just 10 years ago. So, when it comes to investing in employee financial well-being solutions, it’s natural to have a few concerns and questions, especially if this is new territory for you.

In this guide, you’ll find some of the most common concerns Businessolver hears from HR leaders when considering a variety of financial well-being benefits, including traditional counseling, emergency savings accounts and small-dollar loans.

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