As wellness programs and strategies continue to evolve, some things should remain constant. By intent, all wellness programs should be designed in a way to improve health and do no harm. While it sounds simple, there is emerging research and evidence to suggest that some practices employed by the wellness industry may actually be doing the opposite, placing employees in situations that are more harmful than beneficial to their health. Excessive penalties for non-participation, screening tests and frequencies which ignore national guidelines, or providing programs that result in weight-cycling are a few examples of practices that can not only result in physical harm but could also have serious psychological and financial consequences that undermine the good work for which the programs were designed.
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