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CVS Sued Over Controversial Wellness Program
The Huffington Post Link to more items from this source
Mar. 21, 2014
"CVS cashier Roberta Watterson claims the company made her disclose personal information, including her weight and level of sexual activity, threatening to charge her $600 a year if she refused. CVS' so-called 'wellness review,' first reported last year, is a fairly extreme example of a trend of companies looking to cut health-care costs by pushing employees into wellness programs. Critics claim such programs let employers meddle in workers' lives, unfairly penalize those who have difficulty meeting certain health targets and may put employee privacy at risk."

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