Pandemic didn't put a damper on the role of workplace health centers
In a recent survey, just 1% of large employers said they would decrease the number of health center locations as a result of the pandemic.
By Scott Wooldridge|October 27, 2021 at 03:11 PM
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A new report by Mercer has found that employers continue to see workplace health centers as an important benefit, even during a pandemic that has increased work-from-home arrangements and caused other disruptions.
The report was based on a survey done in collaboration with the National Association of Worksite Health Centers (NAWHC), a trade association for employer-sponsored health centers. The two organizations surveyed companies of all sizes about their worksite health centers.
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