Report: CVS wants workers' health information
Workers must hand over information or pay fine
CVS pharmacy is enforcing a new policy requiring its employees on its health plan to submit their weight, body fat, glucose levels and other vitals, according to a report.
According to the Boston Herald, any workers who refuse will be forced to pay an extra $50 a month.
Employees that agree to submit their personal information won't see a change in their health insurance rates, but those who don't will have to pay the extra monthly penalty or $600 a year.
CVS is the largest pharmacy chain in the United States, with more than 6,000 stores and 200,000 employees.