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CVS is asking their employees to tell them how much they weigh -- or pay a $600-a-year-fine.
It's not just cruel and unusual punishment. The drug-store chain is asking employees to share the information with the company's insurance carrier or pay $50 a month extra for health coverage. Employees are also asked to share their height, body fat and blood pressure.
The company is calling the information request a "health screening and wellness review." A spokesman added, "Our benefits program is evolving to help our colleagues take more responsibility for improving their health and managing health-associated costs."
Source: Los Angeles Times
What do you think about this? Do you think it's OK for your employer to ask for such information? Would this cause you not to work there?