Penn State halts penalty linked to wellness questionnaire

Pennsylvania State University said it will drop the proposed $100 per month penalties for staff who do not fill out a personal health questionnaire as part of its new wellness program. Faculty and staff objected to the provision, claiming it was a violation of privacy, and the university said it would establish a task force to look at the issue and health benefits more broadly.

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