Company Wants To Microchip Their Employees

A Wisconsin company is offering to put microchip implants into employees. Officials say the microchip can be used to buy snacks in the breakroom, open doors or log on to computers. Each chip costs $300 and the company is picking up the tab.

Three Square Market says more than 50 employees are signed on for the voluntary program that starts this month. They'll have a device the size of a gain of rice implanted in between the thumb and index finger. The company makes software for office breakroom machines. 

Source: KSTP

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