Workforce and Employment

How companies and employees can make their best coronavirus comeback

The new flexible … 37% of firms have implemented mandatory, company-wide work-from-home arrangements. Image: Reuters/Caitlin Ochs

Kate Bravery

Global Advisory and Insight Leader, Mercer (Marsh McLennan)

Avantika Tomar

Principal and Global Solutions Lead, Workforce for the Future, Mercer

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