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Wellness plans have been lauded as great ways to keep employees healthy, but new data suggests they aren't helping with getting workers to quit smoking. (Photo: iStock)

Wellness plans have long been touted as one way corporate America can engage meaningfully in the smoking cessation campaign. But evidence from a recent survey of wellness plan participants suggests such plans are not truly addressing the issue.

Dan Cook


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