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Brokerages like Edward Jones fared better than many companies during the pandemic, and when the firm felt confident in its financial footing, it paid employees back for wages lost when it had frozen pay increases earlier in the year. The St. Louis–based firm also provided enhanced childcare support as well as mental health and wellness services for its over 47,000 employees during the pandemic, the usage of which jumped 40% in 2020. Remarks one employee, “They have helped those in financial need, those with physical health needs, those with mental health needs, and those with family support challenges. They were creative in finding ways to keep us safe, informed, connected, supported, and appreciated.”
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