Apple scales back internal health program for employees
What you need to know
- Apple is reportedly cutting back on an internal health project.
- HealthHabit was an app for employees to log fitness goals and more.
A new report says Apple is scaling back an internal health initiative for employees, with 50 jobs apparently at risk.
From Business Insider:
The report notes how HealthHabit sprung from Apple's takeover of Crossover Health in 2018, using its clinics to experiment with new health services. The report says that going forward, Health Habit could be completely shut down or continue under the watch of fewer staff. It had previously been hoped that Apple might even roll out the feature beyond its walls to customers:
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