Employee advocates ask EEOC for guidance on wellness programs

05/10/2013 | American City Business Journals

Wellness programs must be designed to comply with equal employment opportunity laws, employee advocates said during an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission hearing in Washington, D.C. The groups asked the EEOC to offer guidance to employers and noted asking employees for personal medical information or giving incentives to healthy workers could violate a number of federal laws.

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