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The pandemic shined a spotlight on the state of workforce well-being and the role that organizations play in determining quality of life for workers and their families. Research shows that C-suite executives can contribute to their own well-being, as well as that of their employees.

“Most companies now recognize the need to invest more in the holistic health of their employees, because it’s clear that workers are fed up — with outdated norms like the 9-to-5 schedule, with the expectation that they should be `always on,’ with substandard wages and benefits and with the idea that they should be willing to sacrifice their health and their personal lives for their job,” according to a new report from Deloitte Insights.

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