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Can you force staff to participate in wellness programs?

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in Employee Benefits Program,Employment Law,Human Resources

Your organization, like many, may have embraced a wellness program to help employees quit smoking, lose weight, exercise more or participate in screenings for high blood pressure or cholesterol. You may have even thought about requiring employees to participate. But that's a controversial practice that is likely to step on laws ranging from HIPAA to the ADA ...

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Candy Cline April 26, 2012 at 5:52 pm

My hausband and myself refuse participation in any such programs by our employers, We feel that health care is a private, sensitive issue and will not participate in a workplace enviroment. Regardless of no insurance, employment or whatever means to stick to our convictions,


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