Amid Pandemic, Firms Push for New Mental, Wellness Benefits

Employers are aiming to enhance certain health care benefits — particularly virtual mental health care and wellness solutions — as they look for innovative ways to support their workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, a recent Willis Towers Watson (WTW) survey found.

The survey, conducted in late April to examine the business impact of the coronavirus pandemic, reports that more than three in four employers are offering or expanding access to virtual mental health services. Others say they want to address work-from-home challenges, such as employee loneliness and caregiving needs.

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