Upcoming Employee Well-Being Programs

All Well-Being Programs are now virtual - Join in from anywhere! Open to everyone!


June 2021 - Employee Well-Being Programs

Tuesday, June 1st – 12 pm

Bodyweight Strength with Jess

(Presented by VCU HR and VCU Recreational Sports)

Strengthen all of the major muscle groups in your body by participating in this Bodyweight Strength fitness class!

Register: Talent@VCU

 

Wednesday, June 2nd – 1 pm

Halfway There: A Retirement Checkup

 (Presented by VCU HR and TIAA)

Help make sure your retirement is ready when you are. Find out how much you should be saving and discover different investment vehicles and how they can work together to help you reach your retirement goals.

Register: Talent@VCU

 

Thursday, June 3rd – 11 am

Make Money When You Move

(Presented by VCU HR and Long and Foster Real Estate)

Learn about Moving with the Rams financial rewards and get an RVA housing market update

Register: Talent@VCU

 

Tuesday, June 8th – 11 am

Advance Income Planning

(Presented by VCU HR and the Association of Financial Educators)

It’s tough to stay ahead in an ever-changing financial world. Join us for this workshop which will address the many aspects of advance income planning and help you secure consistent and predictable income.

Register: Talent@VCU

 

Wednesday, June 9th – 12 pm

Cardio & Core with Jess

(Presented by VCU HR and VCU Recreational Sports)

A 30-minute routine featuring non-traditional cardio and core exercises provided in an interval format. Be prepared for fast moving, challenging exercises all while having some fun!

Register: Talent@VCU

 

Thursday, June 10th – 12 pm

Living off your paycheck

(Presented by VCU HR and Anthem EAP)

In today’s financial uncertain world, it’s important to know how to live as frugally as possible. Being in control of our money, in a time where there is little that we can control, is a way to help ourselves and our families.

Register: Talent@VCU

 

Tuesday, June 15th – 11 am

Understanding Public Service Loan Forgiveness

(Presented by VCU HR and VCU Financial Success)

Have questions about Public Service Loan Forgiveness? Who doesn't? Together, we'll review the details of PSLF, including qualifying repayment plans, employer certification, and implications of recently passed economic policies and legislation. Through this webinar, you'll make sure you're on track to have your student loans forgiven.

Register: Talent@VCU

 

Wednesday, June 16th – 10 am

Turn Your Savings into Retirement Income

(Presented by VCU HR and Fidelity)

Join Fidelity Investments to learn how to build a plan to generate income-a plan that gives you the opportunity to grow your savings and create a cash flow that lasts-key pieces of a retirement income plan.

Register: Talent@VCU

 

Thursday, June 17th – 12 pm

How to Read your Credit Report

(Presented by VCU HR, VCUHS HR, and Virginia Credit Union)

Learn how to access a free copy of your credit report and the importance of reviewing and understanding the report. The components of a sample credit report will be provided and discussed.

Register: Talent@VCU

 

Tuesday, June 22nd – 1 pm

How to save for future higher education expenses

(Presented by VCU HR and Virginia 529)

Summertime is a great time to learn how to save for future higher education expenses for your children, grandchildren or yourself and considering giving the gift of college. By attending the session you also have the chance to win $529 towards a new or existing Invest 529 account!

Register: Talent@VCU

 

Thursday, June 24th – 11 am

Rx Impact

(Presented by VCU HR and CommonHealth)

The RX Impact program will provide learners with the information they need to make the most informed decisions about their health when they or a family member receive a prescription medication. This program will educate learners on the topics they need to know prior to going home with the prescription, during use, and when they are finished with or no longer need the medication.

Register: Talent@VCU

 

Friday, June 25th – 12 pm

Deep Stretch with Jess

(Presented by VCU HR and VCU Recreational Sports)

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.

Register: Talent@VCU

 

Tuesday, June 29th – 12 pm

Vinyasa Yoga with Casey

(Presented by VCU HR and VCU Recreational Sports)

Move through a variety of yoga poses in a balanced and systemic way connecting the breath with movement. This class will improve body awareness, mental focus, muscular tension, range of motion at the joints, and an overall sensation of a more balanced life.

Register: Talent@VCU

 


 Additional webinars and virtual sessions

Here are some other virtual well-being classes: In Talent – Thriving@Work: Leveraging the Connection between Well-Being and Productivity, Managing Your Personal Investments, Arianna Huffington’s Thrive 02: Learning How to Unplug and Recharge, Mindfulness, Meditation, Life Mastery: Achieving Happiness and Success, De-stress: Meditation and Movement for Stress Management and many other online classes (in Talent – under Learning in the search box type keyword: Well-Being, finances, happiness, or any other topic you may be interested in)

 VRS (Virginia Retirement System) offers numerous financial wellness courses. These can be found at: https://enrich.varetire.org/courses

 Also, Fidelity and TIAA offer numerous webinars and information. You can find more information at: https://www.fidelity.com/learning-center/overview or https://shared.tiaa.org/public/publictools/campaign/login/webinar?resume=/idp/WW50q/resumeSAML20/idp/SSO.ping

 VCU Recreational Sports

VCU Recreational Sports – offers a diversity of virtual programs including fitness, wellness, outdoor programs, parent and child programs fun and games, and more!

 Virginia Credit Union

Navigating through an Economic Crisis

During this webinar, we'll provide strategies to help you and your family find your way through an economic crisis—including a plan for reduced income and effectively managing debt.

 


 

 

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