Most employees don't think they should be required to participate in wellness programs to qualify for employer-provided health insurance, according to a recent survey released by the National Business Group on Health. Moreover, they don't think employers should charge employees more for health coverage if they don't meet specific health goals.

Employees oppose the linking of their health plan to wellness program participation, with 62% opposing charging employees more for health coverage if they do not participate in wellness programs.

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