Help employees mend their money woes with financial services.
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When personal finance woes were affecting the performance of oneof Jil Wyland's employees, she had the employee sit down withher head of operations to learn the basics of budgeting and saving.Afterward, the employee became more productive. Ever since,personal finance education has become a popular employee benefitamong the nine workers at LitigationPresentation Inc., an Atlanta legal graphics company Wylandfounded in 2001.
Although it's far from her main line of business, Wyland,35, feels the practice is sensible and appropriate. "We trainpeople to gain better work habits," she reasons. "Why nothelp them with life a little bit, too?"
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