Weight Watchers News and Updates


All New Weight Watchers Freestyle!

 

Weight Watchers Freestyle is here!Now, make healthy choices and lose weight with more flexibility and freedom than ever before.


With more than 200 Zero Points foods, everything is on the menu, and tracking is easier than ever! Check out this on-demand webinar to learn more about exciting program updates in Weight Watchers Freestyle™.

 


City employees featured in Weight Watchers Magazine!

 

Jeanine Diehl

Prosecutor, Queens DA

After the Queens District Attorney’s office won the 2017 Interagency Enrollment Challenge, Jeanine Diehl was selected to share her success story in Weight Watchers Magazine.


Read Jeanine’s “A Day in the Life” feature!


Jared Fox

LGBT Community Liaison, DOE

Weight Watchers helped Jared Fox become healthier, physically and mentally, and find a new outlook on work and life

Read Jared’s “A Day in the Life” feature!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Employee Spotlight:

Read more about City of New York employee’s success on the Weight Watchers program!

Artie’s Success Story
Sherry's Success Story
Tara’s Success Story

Do you have a success story to share?

We want to hear from you! Share your journey and be inspired by others using #WWorkWell in your Connect‡ posts and WWorkWell in your Connect tagline.

Read more about Connect!

Queens District Attorney’s Office wins Weight Watchers Enrollment Challenge!

 

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 received a delicious and SmartPoints-friendly lunch with Oprah’s personal Weight Watchers coach Lisa Levy Shaub. One member will be profiled 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)

More than 1,700 people joined Weight Watchers and 21 new At-Work meetings were launched during the 7-week challenge. Thanks to all who participated!


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