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6 ways the COVID-19 pandemic could change our approach to human capital

The COVID-19 pandemic has illustrated the inextricable link between human health and organizational success Image: REUTERS/Eric Gaillard

Andrea Walsh

Head, Talent Line of Business, Chicago, Willis Towers Watson

Ryan Resch

Managing Director, Executive Compensation (Toronto), Willis Towers Watson

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