COVID-19 remains a threat, and businesses are keen to return to work safely. Firms are deploying tools to track employees’ health with a view toward boosting their safety and confidence in returning to workplaces and mitigating the risk of start-stop operations. According to a recent Mercer survey, more than half of U.S. companies are starting COVID-19 contact tracing programs in their workplace in an effort to boost confidence and mitigate the risk of start-stop operations. In a new report published today, “Digital Health Surveillance – A Balancing Act for Business,” professional services firm Marsh & McLennan provides recommendations for how companies can approach the development of these tools by carefully weighing their benefits, risks, trade-offs and implications. To access the full report, click here.