Indiana Wellness laws & HR compliance analysis

Indiana Wellness: What you need to know

In an effort to reduce costs associated with workers' compensation claims, lost productivity, and skyrocketing medical care and healthcare insurance, many employers are implementing "wellness programs" to encourage their employees to adopt healthier lifestyles. Examples of wellness programs include initiatives to help employees quit smoking, weight loss programs, and health club membership discounts. Information on developing wellness programs for the workplace is available.
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A moratorium was placed on the Small Employer Qualified Wellness Program Tax Credit during the 2011 legislative session. The Indiana State Department of Health can no longer accept applications for a small employer to become qualified to receive the tax credit. Small employers cannot be awarded credit for costs incurred by an Indiana small business after December 31, 2011.
Last reviewed September 2015.

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