2020 has been an unprecedented year. The impact of a pandemic, racial injustice and loss of the familiar is felt by all. However, New Yorkers remain strong, compassionateand resilient. WorkWell NYC wants to see your reflections of 2020 and your stories of resilience through art. Creatives such as painters, poets, photographers, dancers and more are invited to participate in Art is Life – a virtual exhibit reflecting the events of 2020 through the eyes of City employees. Submissions are being accepted now through December 11th. To learn more visit nyc.gov/artislife
WorkWell NYC believes that every person should have the opportunity to live their healthiest life, regardless of their age, race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexuality, or ability. We are committed to addressing mattersof inequity and providing platforms to educate and develop structural solutions to health and wellness in and out of work. This begins with the launch of Project B.U.I.L.D--Building Understanding, Inclusion, Learning and Diversity. Visit nyc.gov/projectbuild to learn more about upcoming events and programs.
WorkWell NYC is New York City’s workplace wellness program. Our mission is to empower all 380,000 City employees to live healthy, active lifestyles – at work, at home, and beyond. We offer convenient, accessible programs, tools, and resources to support you at every stage of your wellness journey.
WorkWell NYC offers programs and activities that fit your lifestyle when you’re at work, at home and on the go. Explore each of our program areas below and discover what WorkWell NYC can bring to your worksite and beyond!
Visit I Work Well to see how other City employees stay healthy at work and at home.
The Case for a Comprehensive Workplace Wellness Initiative for NYC Municipal Employees underscores the critical role that workplace wellness plays in supporting employee health and workplace culture.