Swapping DNA for Lower Insurance Costs Is One Wellness Step Too Far

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It is no secret that health care costs for employers and their employees are out of control. Many employers have attempted to hold down these rising costs by offering wellness-program incentives.

The EEOC has signed off on these programs as legal as long as employee participation remains voluntary, which the agency defines as financial incentives for employee participation at or below 30 percent of the cost of coverage. Thus, employees have a choice — participate in the wellness program or pay a surcharge of up to 30 percent.

One area that has remained off limits for employers under these wellness

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