Last chance to earn up to $300 with Be Well UC

Log your 2021 points by Dec. 17 to see cash incentives on your January paycheck

Did you know you can be rewarded for working on your well-being and investing in yourself? Earn up to $300 every calendar year (Jan. 1-Dec. 17, 2021) with Be Well UC, the university’s employee wellness program!

Faculty and staff enrolled in the UC Anthem medical plans are eligible for these cash incentives, and all are welcome to join in on the various educational programming, challenges, Health Coaching, and more.

Eligible employees must log at least 50 or 100+ points on the Alyfe portal by Friday, December 17, 2021! This is the absolute last day to log points for this year as a new portal will launch in February 2022. Incentive payouts will be on the January 31, 2022 (monthly) or February 1, 2022 (biweekly) paychecks.

Read the Last Day to Log Points: Dec. 17, 2021 article on the Bearcats Landing (UC login required) for simple ideas to keep going and learn how to earn up to $300 on your January or February paycheck.


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