UW System wants to celebrate your journey in being well. Help us showcase your accomplishment and/or the way you support employee well-being by submitting your story. Maybe you’ve improved your work-life balance, met your weight loss goal or met one of your financial goals. We would love to hear from you! Or maybe as a team, you completed a cancer awareness run/walk, participated in the Million-Steps Challenge or worked towards building out your well-being program for employees; send your story to uwshr@uwsa.edu for consideration to be published.

  • UW System Well Wisconsin Program Participation

    January 21, 2021

    Governor Evers thanked employees state-wide in this 90-second video for their dedication to well-being in 2020! UW System-wide participation in the Well Wisconsin Program for the 2020 program year was 32% (a 3.1% decrease from 2019). A slight decrease was somewhat expected due to the challenging environment the COVID-19 pandemic provided. However, the program was […]

  • UW System Onsite Flu Shot Clinics

    November 18, 2020

    As the 2020 flu season approached, the UW System coordinated 32 flu shot clinics, administering over 2,000 flu shots for employees and their spouses. This is an increase from the number of clinics held and flu shots administered leading up to the 2019 flu season. Additionally, UW-Madison coordinated several clinics (which are not included in […]

  • State Treasurer Godlewski Attends UW System’s America Saves Week Event

    March 4, 2020

    America Saves Week is a national campaign that encourages individuals and families to save money and build personal wealth. For the past five years, UW System has worked with financial companies and institutions to coordinate on-site workshops and individual counseling sessions for employees across the state at no cost to them. This year, UW System […]

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Updated: 03/09/2021