Well-being in the workplace has been top of mind for most executives and HR teams for years. From free yoga to gym memberships, mental-health programs and innovative benefits offerings, companies had already been grappling with how to create healthier workplaces where their workers could thrive. Then came March, 2020. While the definition of “the workplace” has changed significantly since the COVID-19 pandemic began, the need to focus on our own and our colleagues' well-being has only increased in importance and expanded in scope over the past few months.
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