Archived Insight | March 9, 2020

Segal's Jennifer Benz on the Coronavirus and the Workforce

Jennifer Benz, who leads our communications practice, discusses with Employee Benefit News how the ongoing pandemic changes attitudes in the workforce toward remote work and telemedicine. 

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How the coronavirus is changing the workforce

The article from Employee Benefit News explores how employers approach their remote work policies during the coronavirus outbreak and the challenges social distancing presents to the continuity of business. Benz suggests some employers may have an opportunity to promote telemedicine to their people given the growing concern over face-to-face interaction. 

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