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Look Beyond ACA Wellness Regs When Designing Your Program: EEOC Sues Employer Under ADA
Jackson Lewis LLP Link to more items from this source
Aug. 25, 2014
"[The EEOC] recently sued an employer in Wisconsin claiming the penalty the employer imposed for nonparticipation in its program was too significant, causing the medical inquiries under the program to be involuntary for purposes of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).... Many employers are in the process of reviewing their medical plans ... for 2015. The focus is largely on ACA compliance, in particular the employer shared responsibility penalties. But ... employers need to also be reviewing the ACA wellness program regulations, as well as the other laws that may affect their wellness program design and administration, such as the ADA."

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