Employers Craft Health Benefits to Cushion Covid-19 Shock

In a year racked by the pandemic and economic turmoil, many companies are using the annual open-enrollment period for health insurance to provide employees with what some say they need: stability.
After Covid-19 struck, Bryan Aycock, director of benefits at game developer Zynga Inc., quickly adjusted. The company waived copays for telemedicine appointments for several months and expanded a backup child and elder-care benefit. It fast-tracked a global mental-health support program slated for 2021 to launch in November, and…
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