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Employers need to be prepared to accommodate workers’ psychological and emotional needs, says employment attorney Ben Hase.

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Employers advised to proceed with caution on wellness

A program’s structure can determine which laws apply and federal agencies and courts are not always in agreement as to what is required for compliance.

5 tips for managing mental health issues in the workplace

Employers need to be prepared to handle mental health accommodations for employees, while also being ADA-compliant, says employment attorney Ben Hase.

Does a 30% incentive make wellness programs voluntary?

in response to employers offering more wellness programs containing financial incentives, the EEOC has issued new guidance.

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