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The wellness industry has been taking some hits as of late. Employer-sponsored wellness programs have been criticized for demoralizing workers and violating their privacy. And, perhaps most worrisome to corporate boards, a number of prominent critics have argued that wellness programs don’t actually save companies money. 

Jack Craver

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