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Illustration of employees working at desks spaced apart Companies will need to start planning now for how they will safely bring their employees back together, as well as create a back-to-work plan that addresses employee anxiety. (Image: Shutterstock)

COVID-19 has irrevocably altered the workplace, and paying attention to shifting wellness trends will be critical in 2021, according to MediKeeper, a leading provider of customizable wellness portals to employers, health care providers, insurance brokers, and third-party administrators.

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