News: The State of Wisconsin EAP program is now managed by FEI/Workforce Resilience. Visit the FEI website at https://www.feieap.com for more information or call the FEI helpline at 1-866-274-4723. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the password for the website.
Employee health and well-being is important to the State of
Wisconsin. We encourage employees to utilize the many well-being tools and
resources available through the State of Wisconsin's Group Health Insurance
Program including the Well Wisconsin incentive program to support you in living
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About the Well Wisconsin Incentive Program
The Well Wisconsin Incentive program is the uniform wellness
benefit available to employees and their spouses currently enrolled in the
State of Wisconsin Group Health Insurance Program. To earn your 2019 $150 gift
card, please complete the following steps by October 11, 2019:
- Step 1: Complete a health screening via a state
sponsored health screening event or submit a healthcare provider form.
Screening appointments and the 2019 form are now available online.
- Step 2: Take the StayWell health assessment.
3: Complete at least one well-being activity through StayWell
Employees and spouses can complete these steps and access additional tools and resources, including free one-on-one health coaching, the 21-Day Meditation Experience, SleepWell Sleep Challenge and the Million Steps Challenge via the StayWell wellness portal.
Note: Participants in this program may receive outreach calls from StayWell offering to enroll the employee or spouse in the voluntary health coaching or disease management programs. These programs are free and confidential. If you do not wish to participate in StayWell's health coaching, simply ask to be removed from StayWell's outreach call list.
Attending On-Site Health Screenings
You may attend an on-site health screening hosted by your employer during your regular work hours for no loss of pay with prior approval from a supervisor. For more details, please review the Department of Administration Division of Personnel Management policy on this topic.