The coronavirus disrupted the workplace in many unforeseeable ways. COVID-19 forced some of the nation’s 30.7 million small and medium-sized businesses to either lay off workers, wait for government help through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act to stay solvent, or close down. For some businesses, the pandemic was an opportunity to offer employees perquisites (perks) for help with surviving the crisis. It’s this last group of employers who must decide which perks make sense to continue beyond the pandemic. They must also decide which may become unnecessary once the virus’s spread is under control.
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