Whole Foods recently announced a new health care initiative to cut company costs and put some money in the pockets of workers. Employees that don't smoke, have low cholesterol, and maintain a low BMI get higher discounts than the fatties in the company. Everyone receives a 20 percent discount, but those who sign up for free health screenings can get an extra 10 percent off if they stay fit.
Whole Foods To Employees: Fatties Need Not Apply
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