EEOC’s Honeywell Suit Draws Protest, Human Resource Executive ft. Anna Maria Tejada

Posted Oct 30, 2014

By Andrew McIlvaine

The National Business Group on Health says the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s recent lawsuit against Honeywell International over that company’s use of biometric screening in its wellness program “will have profound implications for any employer that offers employees wellness programs with incentives for biometric screenings.”

Employees at Honeywell could face as much as $4,000 in lost incentives and surcharges in 2015 should they decline to participate in voluntary screenings of their cholesterol levels, body mass index and other measures, the Wall Street Journal reports. Other companies have similar programs…

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