The University strives to provide a work environment that encourages all employees to lead healthy lifestyles and proactively work toward improving our health. We believe fitness is important for employees in achieving good health, preventing serious disease and better managing existing health conditions. Note: Prior to participating in any physical activities, please contact your Primary Care Physician for approval.
There is an endless variety of health and wellness information which you may be interested in. For more information to assist your healthy lifestyle choices visit these useful resources.
UNE Becomes a tobacco and smoke free campus — July 1, 2014
As part of our dedication to promoting a healthy environment for all students, employees and visitors, effective July 1, 2014, the University of New England will transition to a 100% tobacco-free and smoke-free campus.
UNE’s new policy makes all University campuses smoke and tobacco free, including personal vehicles parked on UNE property. Smoking of tobacco or other substances and use of all tobacco products will not be permitted anywhere and anytime on the University campuses. Only FDA approved nicotine replacement therapy products will be permitted.
A lot of us sit at a desk for extended periods of time and believe it or not this can cause stress on the body. Our Ergonomic Work Station Information and our Work Station Exercises can help you have a more comfortable day.
If you would like to request an ergonomic evaluation, please have your supervisor contact Cat Martins in HR.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Our new Employee Assistance Program (EAP) partnership with Cigna will provide a seamless and comprehensive approach to health and wellness. Cigna EAP offers confidential support, guidance and resources that can assist you when you need a little help managing your personal life.
ACCESS Cigna Employee Assistance and Work/Life Support Programs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!
1-877-622-4327 or www.cignabehavioral .com
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