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It is very invasive of companies to track their employee's private activities!
encourages employees to lead a healthier lifestyle
Glucose tracker is invasive, private information isn't considered
it will allow employers to live healthier lives and be more productive in the workplace. Less sick days and illnesses.
Too private to let others know their data.
Living healthier, eliminate needs for sick days
Monitoring is a great way to encourage company employees to live a healthier lifestyle in order to make the company better off.
can reduce heath care premium
America is the second most obese country in the World
XYZ corp help daily life and motivate individuals to keep healthy.
Glucose monitoring can be seen as "too invasive" by some people.
slack negative reinforcement, not being implemented, don't want to punish employees for non healthy behaviors
Invasive method for tracking
We need to find a way to tailor health tracking to different individuals. People exercise in different ways.
Wouldn't it be more effective and fair for the company to lower insurance based on how much an employee improves, rather than how objectively healthy they are?
Could reduce # of sick days
Reduces sick days
It is a strong and effective way to make employees live healthier lives.
Health monitoring of certain things can be used to catch different diseases early
Tracking your health can allow you to see the relation between your mental health and physical health, which can help you improve both
A glucose monitor would be able to diagnose pre-diabetics so they can be treated before it develops into diabetes.
Good way to motivate invidividuals who are active to get active in different ways (finding new physical activities)
A good way to motivate individuals who already have the intentions to better their health
Incentive will increase one's motivation to get out of their comfort zone
Healthy employees are generally more productive
People at risk for diabetes generally improved their healthy behaviors when monitored
The society we live in America has a clear issue with individuals keeping up with their own health.
diabetes improve their health by monitor
America is fat
Study by Forbes shows that people improve their healthy behaviors when being monitored.
This is already currently implemented with insurance companies like Progressive.
already tracked, and if given extra push, will be better
There are already so many apps which track your health and movement, so this is not an invasion of privacy
Apps are already tracking personal information on our devices we use today, including our steps, and heart rate.
very invasive, don't want to share with other, privacy
Providing health care, leads to positive, ethical benefits because recipients are constantly encouraged rather than brought down.
Many employees would not want to share their personal health information with employers
glucose tracker is invasive (invasion of privacy). Employees will not want to share that medical information because it is private.
Definitely a big-brother type of issue
It is invasion of privacy for company to track non-work related activities.
Tracking non-work related activity is an invasion of privacy
What workers do outside of work hours is not the business of the company and tracking their activity is invasive.
Something like this should not be enforced or considered mandatory. Personal conditions could be embarrassing to disclose and could lead to discrimination
Some health issues are hard to talk about and could cause stress and a hostile work environment
Patients can have their personal information shared, which can cause discrimination.
The health information is a violation of privacy and the company could be using this information use employee health information in decisions such as salary.
Health monitoring opens the door to discrimination based on health rating
Glucose sensors might force employees to change not only their physical activity but their choice in diet, taking away significant free will.
Some people have disabilities/health issues that inhibits them from certain diets, doing certain exercises, or exercising at all. It's unfair to track them against those without disabilities/health issues. Those with disabilities/health issues are also less likely to be able to afford high premiums.
What if the monitoring was limited to work hours?
What if the monitoring was limited to work hours?
Implementation of health tracking can help Big data research and potentially help many more people from its findings.
what if you have religious obligation?
There are benefits to having the system implemented. However monitoring could be a concern for some. If that's a big deal to someone, the system is Optional.
XYZ Corp could penalize employees for their lifestyles outside of work, even though they are productive members of the company
This would be very hard to implement in the first place with lots of personalization
How would you incorporate the fact that company insurance often extends to family members?
It would not be fair to those families for insurances to have information to this personal health records. Families should not be penalized based on an individuals heath habits.
The company will reward those who adopt healthy life styles, not penalize unhealthy workers.
only rewarding employees based on their past behaviors
may introduce unfair rewarding since people have different health background
What about those with mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, BPD and others who may have much lower motivation to work out or cook healthy foods due to their condition. This will cause them even more stress in their lives as now it is an added chore.
People are only recently realizing how their data can be used against them. Without comprehensive knowledge of the risks, we can't consent to this kind of invasion of privacy.
Chairs wear out faster with unhealthy employees
It will contribute to a healthier, stronger company.
it promotes people to have a healthier life style
To encourage their employees to live healthier life.
XYZ health monitoring will help promote overall healthy lifestyles for their employees which will prevent them from being more sluggish and result in being more productive
tracking your mental health can correlate their stress levels and other factors to their work performance
Providing healthcare within a work organization, may result in mental health improvement for the workers.
Tracking mental health states can help raise awareness of one's mental state.
This health tracking can help them for the future by giving employees insights into potential future health problems.
Health monitoring the employees might lead to less sick days and a more efficient workplace.
tend to improve health cause they someone monitoring them
If the work is put in, employees can live a healthier, more productive lifestyle, while also receiving benefits like lower premiums and free gym memberships
While it may seem invasive, this premise of monitoring health data is already being implemented in other apps
Data could be used to optimize one's health, for example if a person's heart rate is too high while exercising, they might be told to do less intense exercise
Employees might not want to share all their health information with their employer.
Having a tracker and giving information to a company is an invasion of privacy
It can make the workplace uncomfortable because some people might not want to share this personal information
Heath conditions are personal, people may want to keep info just to themselves. Also, knowing workers health is not necessary for the company to be aware of.
Health monitoring will lead to healthier workers, who will in turn be more productive.