Worker Wellness Program Regulations Delayed Again by EEOC (1)

May 22, 2019, 1:42 PMUpdated: May 22, 2019, 6:30 PM

Companies wishing for additional guidance on what kind of corporate wellness plans they can offer employees will have to wait longer, once again, according to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s spring regulatory agenda.

This is the second time the contested wellness regulations (RIN:3046-AB10; RIN:3046-AB11) have been pushed back. The proposed regulations were first due for release in January, then that was pushed back to June, and now December.

The frequently deferred regulations could see movement now that the agency has an officially confirmed chair, Janet Dhillon. The EEOC previously said—in a status report submitted March 2018 in ...

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