HRtalks to You

HRtalks sessions are open to all and cover many topics regarding HR and wellness. Learn more about HR systems, benefits, employee relations, employment among many other topics! Continue checking UofL Today for upcoming sessions! 

Direct Bill Retirees Transitioning from Optum to MetLife

If you received a communication from the benefits team about transitioning from Optum to MetLife, please register for one of the HRtalks below. During these sessions, we will review the information in your communication and answer any questions you have regarding the transition. Once you register, an invitation will be sent to the email you used to register and you must click "Accept."

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Q&A for the Retiree Transition to MetLife

Interested in presenting an HRtalks Wellness?

Get Healthy Now is currently looking for subject matter experts to present in our 2024 HRtalks Wellness series. We would like to extend this opportunity to our campus community. View the topics and complete the form below.

HRtalks Wellness Presenter Form

Upcoming Session(s)

 

HRtalks Wellness:

 

 

HRtalks Wellness: Meditation Methods  

Get Healthy Now is teaming up with Nursing Professor, John Mark Hutchenson June 18, 2:00-3:00pm, to discuss methods of meditation, specifically, the Wim Hof breathing method. This method has been shown to help manage depression, anxiety, mood, mental focus, and pain management by developing mastery over the nervous, immune, and cardiovascular systems. Get Healthy Now monthly premium incentive program participants can earn 100 points toward their 2025 $40 GHN monthly incentive for attending. 

 June 18, 2:00-3:00pm 

HRtalks Wellness: Sun Protection 

Get Healthy Now is teaming up with Anthem EAP on June 27, 2:00-3:00pm to discuss the importance of sun protection. We all hear that it's important to wear sunscreen and limit sun exposure, but do we know about the long-term effects of sun exposure? In this session, we will discuss sunburn, sun protection tips, as well as topics related to the summer heat like heat rash and hydration. Participants will leave this session with a true understanding of how to protect themselves from the risks the sun can cause. Get Healthy Now monthly premium incentive program participants can earn 100 points toward their 2025 $40 GHN monthly incentive for attending. 

June 27, 2:00-3:00pm

HRtalks Wellness: Clean Living  

Get Healthy Now is teaming up with Anthem EAP on July 17, 2:00-3:00pm to discuss the importance of clean living. Clean living is a mind/body approach to living a clean and healthy lifestyle. Learn healthier ways of living by eating whole foods and learn how to eliminate toxic products in your home to help support a clean-living lifestyle. GHN monthly premium incentive program participants can earn 100 points toward their 2025 $40 monthly incentive for attending. 

July 17, 2:00-3:00pm

HRtalks Wellness: More Positive Energy 

Continuing our ‘More in 2024’ series, join us July 30, 2:00-3:00pm to discuss Energy. Creating positive energy in life can be approached through various strategies that focus on both physical and mental well-being. We will discuss how regular exercise, prioritizing sleep, managing stress, and eating a well-balanced diet can boost your energy levels. GHN monthly premium incentive program participants can earn 100 points toward their 2025 $40 monthly incentive for attending. 

July 30, 2:00-3:00pm


Learn about Get Healthy Now 

Are you new to the university and/or new to UofL benefits? Attend our informational session regarding the Get Healthy Now $40 monthly premium incentive program including offerings,  how to earn the incentive and getting involved with the program.

June 20 2:00-3:00pm

July 18 2:00-3:00pm


HRtalks Virtual Recordings:

View our previous virtual HRtalks sessions.

 

Let us help!

We would be more than happy to bring HRtalks to your school, department or staff meeting. We can also provide information for departmental newsletters. Please to us to discuss.

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