CFOs Ponder Remote Work Possibilities

What has (and hasn’t) changed since we spoke to CFOs six months ago about post-pandemic workplace plans?

SOURCE: Aflac Incorporated

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Vaccines are making a difference

Six months ago, a vaccine had yet to be approved for emergency use in the U.S. Today, while employers can’t require employees to be vaccinated before returning to the workplace; they are encouraging it. Aflac offers pandemic leave of up to two hours per vaccine dose, while Booz Allen employees can earn wellness points for reporting their vaccination or watching a COVID-19 vaccine learning session.

Insurance company Aflac, for one, is ready to embrace hybrid work. “We do anticipate a staged return to the worksite in the coming months that will include hybrid employees who will work a percentage of their time in the office and some remotely,” CFO Max Broden says, adding that division managers will determine the exact formula according to productivity and safety requirements.

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KEYWORDS: Aflac, Max Broden, COVID-19, NYSE:AFL

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