Exercise for a total of 150 minutes each week, for 12 weeks.
Looking for ways to exercise at home? Find online resources here.
During times of great stress and change, it is especially important to take care of yourself and those close to you. Employee wellness has compiled a list of resources from exercises and meditation activities to courses and workshops in which you can participate. Many of the items listed below qualify as activities for the Wellness Pays Rewards program.
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Employee Wellness has determined classes, workshops, and other events that last longer than approximately four hours should be called Lifestyle Improvement courses. You need to complete only one such class for a Wellness Pays Rewards submission.
Catch up on our latest Lunch and Learn presentations. Current topics include whole grains, air pollution, heart-healthy fats, and aerobic exericse. Complete the accompanying quiz to earn credit for viewing.
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Revist Franklin Covey's "7 Habits for Highly Effective People" through the 7 Habits website. A great refresher for those who have taken the course through the Office of Workplace Learning
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Find tips on how to work from home and what to do during down time.
Blomquist Hale is Weber State University's Employee Assistance Program. During this time, you can still access counseling services via phone and virtrual conferencing.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have additional resources regarding mental health and coping including ways to support yourself, your children, and responders.