Together with the NYC Employee Benefits Program and the City’s unions, WorkWell NYC has partnered with Weight Watchers® to provide City employees and their families with tools to lose weight and live life fully.
Weight Watchers recently launched their WW Freestyle Program™, designed to help you make healthy choices, with more flexibility and freedom than ever before. Check out this on-demand webinar to learn more about exciting program updates in Weight Watchers Freestyle™.
|Meetings (includes OnlinePlus)|
|Spouses/Domestic Partners/Dependents (over age 18)/Retirees||$30/Month|
|Spouses/Domestic Partners/Dependents (over age 18)/Retirees*||$14/Month|
*Spouses and dependents of retirees are not eligible for the discount.
Before you begin:
*Weight Watchers is the registered trademark of Weight Watchers international, Inc. WW Freestyle is the trademark of Weight Watchers International, Inc.
The Queens District Attorney’s office beat out 60 other City agencies to win the Weight Watchers enrollment challenge, with an 83% increase in participation. The winners receive a delicious and SmartPoints-friendly lunch with Oprah’s personal Weight Watchers coach, Lisa Levy Shaub, and a feature in Weight Watchers magazine.
Congrats also go out to the 7 other agencies that increased their enrollment by over 25%:
1. Housing and Preservation Development (HPD)
2. Graduate Center (CUNY)
3. City Tech (CUNY)
4. Hunter College (CUNY)
5. Queensborough Community College (CUNY)
6. Department for the Aging (DFTA)
7. LaGuardia Community College (CUNY)
Thanks to all participants -- and especially our dedicated site coordinators – for helping to create a healthier worksite environment for all. More than 1,700 people joined Weight Watchers during the 7-week challenge, and 21 new At-Work meetings were launched.
Weight Watchers is available to City employees at a reduced price, through a partnership between the NYC Employee Benefits Program and your Union. Visit nyc.join.weightwatchers.com to enroll! There are now more than 19,000 people enrolled in the NYC Weight Watchers program, and more than 49,000 pounds have been lost.