Metro provides health insurance to its employees, their spouses and children at no cost to the employee.  A few years ago, in an effort to maintain a healthy workforce, we made a change to the plan that requires annual health screenings based on the insured's age and gender.  Those that get their annual screenings remain on Plan A.  Anyone that does not get their annual screening moves to Plan B, a plan with a higher deductible and no HRA benefits.

Metro made this change as an incentive for employees to stay on top of their health and get ahead of any illnesses through early detection.

Woody is a perfect example of early detection and the importance of yearly exams.  Click on the video above to hear his story.

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