Employers and their advisors should be proactively addressing how their employee benefit programs can help address long COVID.  (Photo: Shutterstock.com)

In a recent article, "The voluntary benefits industry has changed," Richard (RAE) Egleston of Gallagher discussed how COVID-19 has pushed our business out of the comfort zone, resulting in significant changes. The article inspired me to think about other ways in which the pandemic is disrupting our business.

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