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Court to the EEOC: 'Try Again' on Wellness Rules
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Aug. 30, 2017
"Key points in the D.C. District Court's opinion include: [1] EEOC wellness regulations defined the 30 percent cap on incentives differently from the HIPAA definition of the 30 percent incentive cap. [2] The incongruity between the [HIPAA] wellness regulations and the EEOC wellness regulations has caused plan sponsors confusion ... [3] The D.C. District Court found nothing in the EEOC's administrative record that explains the agency's conclusion that a 30 percent incentive level is the appropriate measure for voluntariness." [AARP v. EEOC, No. 16-2113 (D.D.C. Aug. 22, 2017)]

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