Short of bribery and potentially violating anti-discrimination laws by not hiring obese smokers, there's little employers can do to improve the health of their workforce.

Or is there?

What looks to be a growing number of employers are, in fact, embracing outcomes-based disincentives to prod employees to achieve specific health outcomes, rather than merely enroll in their wellness programs.

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