WeightWatchers for City Employees!
WorkWell NYC has partnered with WeightWatchers (WW) to provide City of New York employees with tools to build healthy habits. WW offers an all new science-based program, digital tools, and an inspiring community to bring wellness into your everyday life.
City employees are eligible for a subsidy that reduces the cost of membership by more than 50%. Spouses, dependents, and retirees are also eligible for special pricing. Employees can visit WW.com/us/nyc to learn more about and sign up for a membership.
There are two membership types - Digital or Unlimited Workshops + Digital. Workshops are available in the community or WW can bring weekly Workshops right to your workplace to make it easy for employees to participate.
See below for everything you need to know about starting a Workshop at your agency!
WW Workshops At Work
We're excited to share that onsite Workshops are back!
A Workshop is a 30-minute weekly meeting led by a WW Coach where participants learn science-backed strategies for weight loss. The best part? Employees get to connect with others who are also in pursuit of living a healthy lifestyle!
Click on the image to the right to view the process for setting up a WW Workshop at your site. For questions, contact Kathleen Skirvin at Kathleen.Skirvin@ww.com.
Unable to host a Workshop at your site? No worries! Virtual workshops are still available, just for City employees. To join, employees must be a member in the Unlimited Workshops + Digital plan and join the City of New York's Connect Group. (Instructions for joining can be found here.
To learn more about community workshops open to the public here.
If you need additional promotional materials for your worksite or would like to be included on WW monthly newsletters, please contact Kathleen Skirvin at kathleen.Skirvin@ww.com.
Employees and their families from across the City are taking advantage of the WW program and are finding great success. Check out some of their stories below!
Seyi, School Teacher (DOE)
Debby, Computer Programmer