Wellness programs may face legal tests
Wall Street Journal (subscription required), January 16, 2008
Regulatory guidelines recently issued by the Department of Labor may curtail the ability of employers to motivate workers to kick unhealthy habits. The guidelines close a legal loophole that could have allowed employers to make health insurance more expensive for unhealthy workers than for their colleagues.
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