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"The need for COVID-19-related risk management isn’t going away, and it will always be incumbent upon the employer to do what’s right and necessary even when action isn’t explicitly required," says Gary Pearce. (Photo: Rawpixel.com/Shutterstock.com) “The need for COVID-19-related risk management isn’t going away, and it will always be incumbent upon the employer to do what’s right and necessary even when action isn’t explicitly required,” says Gary Pearce, Aclaimant’s chief risk architect. (Photo: Rawpixel.com/Shutterstock.com)

As with all areas of business operations, workers comp is expected to look different in the post-pandemic age, with more employers adopting a hybrid work model as well as greater safety precautions in the workplace.

Gary Pearce, chief risk architect, Aclaimant

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