older men working out With the lessons learned from the recent pandemic, Lloyd's said major themes are emerging, such as an increased emphasis on worker health and well-being. (Photo: Shutterstock)

A new report out of the United Kingdom outlines ways that the pandemic has shifted the conversation on employer/employee relationships. The report, "Safeguarding Human Capital," by Lloyd's, underscores many points that American employers are also seeing: more acceptance of remote or hybrid work situations, a growing emphasis on employee wellness and work/life balance, and the importance in corporate culture and leadership from the top in setting the tone for healthy work relationships.

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