September 2022 - Employee Well-being Programs

Most programs continue to be virtual unless specified below! Register in Talent to receive webinar links

Tuesday, September 6th – 12 pm

Mindfulness Meditation

(Presented by VCU HR and VCU Recreation & Well-Being)

Take a break from the news, social media, or telework responsibilities to find a moment of quiet reflection in the middle of your day with meditation.

Register: Talent@VCU

Thursday, September 8th – 12 pm

Healthy Eating on a Budget

(Presented by VCU HR and Massey Cancer Center)

Join dietitian Allie Farley for this educational webinar which will address grocery shopping tips, healthy meals/snacks, and meal planning made easy

Register: Talent@VCU

Monday, September 12th – 10 am

Get Started and Save for the Future You

 (Presented by VCU HR and Fidelity)

Join us for this informative session where you will learn the benefits of your workplace savings plan, how to enroll, and small steps you can take to save more.

Register: Talent@VCU

 

Tuesday, September 13th – 12 pm

Deep Stretch with Jess

(Presented by VCU HR and VCU Recreation & Well-Being)

A slower 30-minute practice focused on active stretching of muscles and opening of connective tissue. Release built up tension, prevent injury, increase blood flow to muscles, and increase long-term flexibility. No equipment requirements, though a yoga mat is recommended.

Register: Talent@VCU

Thursday, September 15th – 12 pm

Strategies for Eliminating Debt

(Presented by VCU HR and Virginia Credit Union (VACU))

Sometimes debt can feel like a mountain you’ll never finish climbing. In this webinar we will show you how to cut it down to a much more manageable molehill.

Register: Talent@VCU

Monday, September 19th – 12 pm

Core and More

(Presented by VCU HR and VCU Recreation & Well-Being)

This 30-minute class will not only give you an excellent abdominal and low back workout, but will also challenge your other major muscle groups.

Register: Talent@VCU

Tuesday, September 20th – 12 pm

The Benefits of Being Active

(Presented by VCU HR and American Heart Association)

Join Dr. Joynita Nicholson for a well-being session on the benefits of physical activity in our daily routines. There will also be information provided about the upcoming Richmond HeartWalk.

Register: Talent@VCU

Wednesday, September 21st – 12 pm

Adding to the Family Information Session

(Presented by VCU HR)

If you have questions about benefits and leave for when you have a child, this is the webinar for you! Join HR staff to discuss leave, benefits, well-being resources, and more!

Register: Talent@VCU

Thursday, September 22nd – 11 am

Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program

(Presented by VCU HR and VCU Financial Wellness)

Get answers to your questions about Public Service Loan Forgiveness. In this session details of PSLF, including qualifying repayment plans, employer certification, and implications of the CARES act will be reviewed. Make sure you’re on track to have your student loans forgiven. 

Register: Talent@VCU

Thursday, September 22nd – 12 pm

WW (Weight Watchers) Open House

(Presented by VCU HR and WW)

Join this free seminar and discover all the ways WW can help you achieve your wellness and weight-loss goals.

Register: Talent@VCU

 

Monday, September 26th – 12 pm

Mindfulness Meditation

(Presented by VCU HR and VCU Recreation & Well-Being)

Take a break from the news, social media, or telework responsibilities to find a moment of quiet reflection in the middle of your day with meditation.

Register: Talent@VCU

 

Tuesday, September 27th – 9 am to 4 pm

Flu Immunization Clinic

Monroe Park Campus, HR Training Room
922 W. Grace Street, Room 115
Appointment required

Get more information at:

Flu Clinics

 

Upcoming Community Events

Mark your Calendar!

Run Richmond 16.19 will take place on September 17

16.19 miles | 26 km

Experience the cultural running course that inspired the name of Run Richmond 1619!

This route lets you experience the historic neighborhoods of Shockoe Bottom (formerly 2nd largest slave trading market & home of the Reconciliation Statue), Church Hill (Richmond’s oldest neighborhood), Capitol District, the historical African-American Jackson Ward, Monument Avenue (where the monuments of the Confederacy were toppled), and so much more.

Richmond Run flyer

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