5/27/2009

Companies have shifted the focus from providing workers with generous health benefits to offering programs that help them shape up and reduce health care spending. A January Hewitt Associates study found some two-thirds of firms planned to make workers pay more of their health care costs and one-third planned to boost their emphasis on wellness programs. Congress also is onboard, considering legislation giving companies tax incentives to offer such programs to workers.

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