Virtual Fitness Classes / Daily Challenge / Blue Cross Podcasts / Catapult Events / Employee Assistance Program / Wellness Credit / National Health Observance / Other Resources
The Texas A&M AgriLife supports the efforts of employees on the journey toward wellness and success in their personal and professional pursuits. The AgriLife Employee Wellness Initiative is intended to provide our employees with resources to assist with efforts to increase their health and well-being.
NEW: Virtual Fitness Classes
Even though most of us are spending the majority of our time at home, it is still important to be physically active. The need to do at home workouts is higher now with gyms and fitness centers closed due to COVID-19. Working out can be a great way to increase your strength and fitness level. It is also an excellent way to de-stress and boost your immune system.
AgriLife Employee Wellness is offering virtual fitness classes with professional fitness trainers to help jump start your at home fitness routine and to make sure you do not miss out on any fitness goals.
NEW: Blue Cross/Blue Shield Podcasts
Most of our lives continue to be impacted by COVID-19, and we hope you are all staying safe and healthy. Times of change bring a lot of uncertainty; however, your health and wellbeing equally remain top priority at Blue Cross and Blue Shield. We understand that many are facing challenges due to the stress of the pandemic that has impacted all of us in many ways. We wanted to provide you with some new resources from Blue Cross/Blue Shield that can assist in the weeks ahead. Listed below are new podcasts with tips to stay committed to your wellbeing goals during this time of social distancing.
To be determined
Wellness Release Time
We are pleased to announce that AgriLife employees are eligible for Wellness Release Time (WRT)! Complete and submit form AG-431 to your supervisor for approval. https://agrilifeas.tamu.edu/documents/ag-431.pdf/
Work/Life Solutions Program – provided by GuidanceResources
New Employee Assistance Program offered through GuidanceResources effective September 1, 2019.
Set up your account by using the WEBID: TAMUS
Beginning this year, in order to qualify for the wellness credit, employees and spouses on the A&M Care plan will need to complete two tasks.
- Wellness exam is optional
- Complete two options from the MyEvive checklist by August 31st
Look for this icon in MyEvive
Wellness Exam Tips (tip sheet to print out)
National Health Observance – July is National UV Safety Month
Arriosti – IT Band Syndrome
Recipe of the Month
From the Texas Forest Service:
Explore how forests can improve our physical and mental health and promote healing at http://healthy.southernforests.org.
Healthy Trees, Healthy Lives is brought to you by Texas A&M Forest Service.