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Patricia Anderson Pryor Comments on the EEOC Rescinding Wellness Program Regulations

  • January 7, 2019
  • From Human Resource Executive

Patricia Anderson Pryor comments on implications of the EEOC withdrawing permission for employer-sponsored health programs in "Why Workplace-Wellness Programs Continue to be in Limbo," published by Human Resource Executive.

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Patricia Anderson Pryor
Principal and Office Litigation Manager
Cincinnati

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