Some employees don't like the idea of employers monitoring theirhealth, especially if it means their private data is atrisk.

Wellness programs already are under attack from criticswho say that pressuring employees to lose weight or adopt otherlifestyle changes can lower workplace morale.

Now media scrutiny of certain programs that require employees todisclose medical information that could be shared publicly hasintensified skepticism of wellness initiatives.

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