EEOC Proposed Regulations May Require Revisions to Your Tobacco Prevention Wellness Program

In our April 21 blog, Wellness Programs: Agencies Issue Helpful Guidance but Look Before You Leap, Nancy Campbell wrote about the release of the much-anticipated EEOC proposed regulations concerning wellness programs.  In her blog, Nancy briefly touched upon some of the differences between the EEOC proposed regulations and the final HIPAA wellness regulations issued by the Departments of Treasury, Labor, and Health and Human Services on June 3, 2013.

One of the most noteworthy differences between the two regulations is the treatment of the maximum permissible reward that employers can offer to employees under wellness programs designed to prevent or reduce tobacco use.  Read More ›

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