Enrollment under way for February Weight Watchers at Work program
Enrollment is now open for the new Weight Watchers at Work program. If eight more people enroll in the program within the next few days, the first session could be held on Tuesday, Feb. 7.
Interested employees can purchase a monthly pass to participate. The cost is $39.95 per month (a little more than $9 per week) and includes free e-tools and an online payment/renewal process.
Here’s how to enroll:
- Go to: https://wellness.weightwatchers.com
- Enter the company ID: 42663
- Enter the company password: WW42663
- Register and personalize your account (you will be asked to create a username and password – keep it for your records)
- Complete your company information: City of Minneapolis, 250 South Fourth Street, Room 14, Minneapolis, MN 55415
- Click “yes” to indicate you are interested in a meeting
- Agree to the terms and conditions by clicking the small box and then clicking “next”
- If your “At Work” meeting does not yet have the required 20 Monthly Pass purchases to start a meeting when you are enrolling, the next screen will show locations and times for local meetings. Click on “buy monthly pass” button at the top right hand corner of any of the local meetings that appear. Now you will see a screen to complete your Monthly Pass purchase associated with the City of Minneapolis. You may use a credit card, debit card, or, Paypal.
- Complete your Monthly Pass purchase by following the screen prompts.
- When you are finished, print off your temporary pass to confirm your purchase.
Once 20 people have registered and set up payment, the City’s “at Work” meeting status will change to open. Permanent passes will be mailed to your home address.
Weight Watchers at Work meetings run from 12 to 12:30 p.m. and include a confidential weigh-in that helps participants track their progress. (Weigh-ins begin at 11:30 a.m.) Meetings are held in Room 14, Public Service Center and include a discussion on a weight loss topic and distribution of materials to take home. Discussion topics include: curbing stress eating, making healthy food choices, eating out, getting active, etc.
Published Feb. 1, 2012