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Is It Ethical to Make Employees Pay For Bad Health Habits?

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Is It Ethical to Make Employees Pay For Bad Health Habits? A growing trend among employers is to charge higher health care premiums or deductibles for habits like smoking, overeating and lack of exercise. Health benefits are expensive and these penalty fees are a way for employers to offset overall insurance costs.

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