Dec 162015
 December 16, 2015  Posted by  Featured News, Healthcare, U.S., Workplace

Rachel Emma Silverman reports:

Employers want workers to know what’s in their genes.

A handful of firms are offering employees free or subsidized tests for genetic markers associated with metabolism, weight gain and overeating, while companies such as Visa Inc., Slack Technologies Inc., Instacart Inc. recently began offering workers subsidized tests for genetic mutations linked to breast and ovarian cancer.

The programs provide employees with potentially life-saving information and offer counseling and coaching to prevent health problems down the road, benefits managers say.

Read more on WSJ.

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