COVID-19 Will Forever Change Workplace, But Not Necessarily For The Better, Merck’s Frazier Says
Limiting interactions to two-dimensional settings will hinder collaboration, innovation and the mentoring of younger employees, Merck & Co. CEO Kenneth Frazier says. Frazier, who will retire in June, is looking forward to returning to public service but says "politics with a capital P is not my thing."
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