Posts Tagged ‘privacy’

Penalties for Health and Genetic Privacy at Work

March 12, 2017 — All is not well in certain parts of the wellness industry. Employers are shying away from intrusive and coercive wellness programs that employees resent. So the wellness industry is looking for a bigger stick. They’re quietly pushing a bill that would make it easier to levy big penalties on employees who don’t want their employers […]

Privacy and Integrity Questions About Workplace Wellness

August 8, 2013 — Issues of privacy and integrity in workplace wellness programs are surfacing as more employers are preparing to implement incentives and penalties for health. Programs for two large public institutions — one for Penn State employees and one for Nebraska state government employees — are under fire. The program at Penn State will impose a $100 […]