Weber County Wellness Program
Weber County recognizes our ability to achieve our objectives successfully depends on the wellbeing of our employees. We acknowledge that the key elements of workplace wellness include the physical and cultural environments as well as the policies, practices, and procedures that guide our work.
Weber County strives to provide a healthy workplace that values and enhances the health and wellbeing of all employees. This workplace wellness program provides the foundation for developing activities and modifying work environments, policies, and practices to support the health and wellbeing of all employees. Positive benefits are also likely to extend beyond employees to result in better health for families and communities.
The workplace wellness program includes a gym reimbursement program, quarterly wellness challenges with rewards, wellness resources, and much more.
The gym membership reimbursement program is available to all benefit eligible employees who have been employed by Weber County for a minimum of six months. If you join one of your corporate partner fitness centers (EOS or VASA) and make at least eight (8) visits per month you will be reimbursed up to a maximum of $17 per month. In order to receive reimbursement, you must sign the Gym Membership Reimbursement Agreement. Once signed, please enter your gym attendance. There are two (2) ways to enter, scan QR code or click the button below.
The quarterly wellness challenges are built to promote physical, emotional, intellectual, environmental, financial, spiritual, and social wellness. There are multiple challenges each quarter and you can pick the wellness challenges based on your individual wellness goals. You don’t have to complete every challenge, just pick ones that you feel are appropriate for your health needs. Each challenge is worth a certain amount of points. At the end of each quarter, if you have 150+ points, you can chose from the following quarterly reward:
Please submit your challenge points here (scan or click below):
Quarterly Wellness Challenges
Click on the link below to see the wellness challenges.
1st Quarter Challenge Documents
By submitting a photograph, you certify that you are over the age of eighteen (18) and are the copyright owner of the photograph, or you have the permission of the copyright owner to use it for the purposes described in this paragraph. You grant permission to Weber County to use the photograph to promote its employee wellness program without compensation to you. In addition, you grant permission to Weber County to use and publish the photograph on its public websites. If there are others depicted in the photograph, you have obtained their consent, or if they are a minor, the consent of their parent or guardian, to be depicted in the photograph as it is used for the above-stated purpose. Furthermore, you agree to release and indemnify Weber County and its employees from and against any claims and liabilities relating to the use of the photograph.
TIPS & TRICKS
additional wellness benefits
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Our EAP program offers free and confidential counseling for life problems such as conflict at work or with a family member, depression, anxiety, and life stresses. Services are available to employees, spouses or partners, and dependent children (under 26 years old and single.) Taking care of your mental health is as essential to your well-being as taking care of your physical health. Rewarding relationships at home and work, effective stress management skills, and learning to thrive with life changes all improve your ability to LiVe Well.
For more information or to schedule counseling call Intermountain EAP at 1-800-832-7733.
Short Term Disability Plan Benefits
If you have enrolled in the Short Term Disability plan check out these benefits to help you continue to focus on your health.
Life Plan Benefits
If you have enrolled in the Life plan check out these benefits to help you continue to focus on your health.
Health Maintenance Screening
Regular checkups are important for the things you depend on – especially for your health. If you (and your dependents) have enrolled on the Accident or Critical Illness plan, you (and your dependents) will receive $50 per year per person for completing any of these 20 tests.