Wis. lawmakers consider grant fund for employee wellness programs

09/19/2013 | American City Business Journals

Wisconsin lawmakers are considering a bill that would allocate $3 million for grants to help small businesses start employee wellness programs. The plan would allow employers to cover 30% of the cost of a wellness program using a state grant, but programs would have to include health risk assessments and address at least one other area, such as weight management, disease prevention, nutrition education or physical exams.

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