stylized illustration of diverse group of people More than half of employers (53%) say employee health and well-being is their top priority for 2021. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Two-thirds of employers made changes to their benefits strategy as a result of the pandemic, according to a survey released Monday by Ease, indicating a greater focus on employees' needs.

Related: The workforce ecosystem: Re-imagining employers' relationship with workers

Ease, an HR software provider, surveyed almost 650 HR leaders at companies with 500 or fewer employees. It identified ways that benefits brokers can better serve employers in 2021.

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