The future of health care: Reshaping benefits in a post-COVID world
Employees’ health care needs at the start of 2020 are, in many cases, very different from what they are going into 2021.
By Rob LaHayne|December 14, 2020 at 10:11 AM
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Following a year of immense uncertainty across all aspects of life, businesses need to take a closer look at their approach in the coming year when it comes to helping their employees navigate the looming topic of their health, and the health of their families.
Employees’ health care needs at the start of 2020 are, in many cases, very different from what they are going into 2021. Smart employers will take the time to deeply consider the health and safety of their employees and make the necessary adjustments to their health care benefits.
Employee needs are shifting
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