Tag Archives: EEOC

Wellness Programs Continue to Face Compliance Challenges

The rules for employer-sponsored wellness programs continue to be a moving target; most recently, regulations issued by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) intending to address issues under the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) and the Genetic Information Non-Discrimination Act (“GINA”). Many employers are already well aware of the wellness regulations under the Affordable Care Act … Continue Reading

Court Denies EEOC’s TRO Motion Seeking to Halt Employer’s Wellness Program

As reported in our Disability, Leave & Health Management Blog, Judge Ann D. Montgomery of the U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota denied the EEOC’s TRO request to immediately stop an employer, Honeywell, from implementing its wellness program, ruling that the EEOC did not establish that there would be irreparable harm. Judge Montgomery did … Continue Reading

Look Beyond the ACA Wellness Regulations When Designing Your Program, EEOC Sues Employer Over Its Program

The EEOC could sue my company over the wellness program that is part of our medical plan? Yes, that agency recently sued an employer in Wisconsin claiming the penalty the employer imposed for nonparticpation in its program was too significant, causing the medical inquiries under the program to be involuntary for purposes of the Americans … Continue Reading
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