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Employee Wellness Benefit

The mission of the Employee Wellness Benefit is to empower SLCC's Full-Time employees to live healthy, prosperous, and otherwise thriving lives through the implementation of quality, evidence-based health education programs.

Engagement in the Employee Wellness Benefit's (EWB) is open-entry, open-exit, and voluntary. As such, Full-Time employees are welcome to complete EWB programs that best fit their individual needs. The level structure is designed to give options and guidance to those who do not have a clear path toward wellbeing but it is not a required progression. Registration and progression through some EWB programs will require you to have a free Hubbub (an online social network for health and health challenges) account that is associated with the College. You can connect your Hubbub account to the College by entering in SLCCEWB as your company code.

Calendar of EWB programming:

Review the EWB calendar of events, then register for the programs that best match your availability by joining their associated Hubbub challenge.

Incentive Request Form:

Submit an incentive request form once you have completed an EWB program and the incentive will be added to a future payroll.


Level 1:

Participants will be incentivized for selecting and completing a maximum of two items ($50 each) from this list:

Wellness Library Beyond Biometrics Regence.com First Aid and CPR
Wellness Library Beyond Biometrics Regence.com First Aid and CPR

Level 2:

Participants will be incentivized for selecting and completing a maximum of three items ($100 each) from this list:

2016-2017 EWB Lecture Series One Small Change Quantified Self Financial Literacy
2016-2017 Lecture Series One Small Change Quantified Self Financial Literacy

Level 3:

Participants will be incentivized for selecting and completing a maximum of one item ($200) from this list:

Regence.Com Plus Tobacco Cessation Departmental Program Health Mastery
Regence.com + Tobacco Cessation Departmental Program Health Mastery

Level 4:

This is a standalone level within the EWB. Participants will spend the entire fiscal year within this level. The full annual incentive amount will be distributed throughout the fiscal year. Please complete the program from this list that is most appliciable for you:

Chronic Disease Self-Management Program National Diabetes Prevention Program Diabetic Self-Management Program
Chronic Disease Self-Management National Diabetes Prevention Program Diabetic Self-Management

Level 5:

KAB (Knowledge, Attitudes, and Behaviors) programs motivate participants to put their "KAB in Action" by providing them with time away from their typical duties (pending supervisor approval).

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