If your employer came to you and asked whether you wanted to have a microchip the size of a grain of rice implanted under your skin to help you access your building or pay for items at the lunch counter more easily, would you do it?
That question is no longer a hypothetical for workers at one Wisconsin company, where reception to the microchip program has been mixed.
If a Massachusetts employer decided it wanted to go down this road, could it? And what sorts of legal issues might it confront? Nancy Puleo, a partner in the employment law practice group at Posternak, Blankstein & Lund in Boston, discusses these questions and more with Lawyers Weekly reporter Kris Olson.
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