My Fitbit. Your Office. Why You Should Care.

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  1. Allison says:

    I strongly disagree with #3. Not because I’m against exercise, but because a good way to breed resentment among your employees is to stick your nose in their personal lives, which includes their diets and fitness activity. Allow for physical activity by allowing people to go for walks during the workday, but a financial incentive to walk a certain number of steps per day is taking it too far. Not to mention it’s ableist – not everyone can walk 10,000 steps a day; and a little classist – not everyone can afford wearable technology to monitor their steps, so even if they were willing and able to log 10,000 steps a day, they might not have access to the gear to do so.