Sort of...the flu shot is on site every year, they bring a Mamogram Truck every year on site, you have to make an appointment, but you can just leave the office for 15-30 minutes, get your mamo and go back to work. We have free use of the gym and pool on site. As well, we have free use of the health center. I work at a local University so we have use of the things that are here for the students.
"No temptation has overtaken me but such as is common to man; and God is faithful, who WILL NOT ALLOW ME TO BE TEMPTED BEYOND WHAT I AM ABLE; but with temptation will provide a way of escape also, that I may be able to endure it."
1 Corinthians 10:13
current weight: 158.5
Fitness Minutes: (26,652)
12/2/17 12:32 P
Yes, we get a $200 annual reimbursement for gym memberships, exercise equipment, etc. We can enter steps or sync fitness trackers to a system that will pay out $20 amounts to your HSA account when you hit certain milestones. They also run a "get active" campaign every summer and you can pick a prize if you complete it.
My company is very wellness-focused.
Keen to be lean in 2018!
current weight: 125.2
Fitness Minutes: (59,912)
11/25/17 10:44 A
Yes. My employer is actually doing a big push for employee wellness this year. I'm actually not sure what all it entails, though, because I don't have a gym membership and all that. It did mean my yearly physical was free, though!
My employer has offered various weight loss things. The last one I tried I hated. Their website was clunky and required weekly online meetings. There is also a Registered Dietitian, with whom I met for several weeks. She was nice but my body refuses to lose weight and I was sick of wasting time. My insurance does not cover registered dietitians or nutrition counseling as I am not diabetic. There is an onsite gym with trainers and classes but I work from home.
Edited by: MLAN613 at: 11/25/2017 (06:43)
Meghan in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
November Minutes: 2,115
Fitness Minutes: (301,463)
20,526 11/24/17 10:35 P
Even if your employer does not have it spelled out, most insurance plans allow your doctor to refer you to a registered dietitian.
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