Avoid Liabilities If Implementing Fitness Trackers in the Workplace
In an effort to improve employee wellness, some employers have chosen to entice and incentivize employee participation by offering fitness trackers that track steps, workouts, physical location, heart rate, sleep cycles and other information. In an article for the Kentucky Association of Manufacturers’ magazine, The Goods, Louisville attorney Ashby Angell advises employers who implement programs using trackers to proceed with caution. Her article explains the steps employers should take to avoid privacy, data security and legal liabilities.
To read the article, visit The Goods (page 20).