Be Well: Benefits Education and Wellness Series

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Candice Bovian
Work-Life Specialist, Georgia Tech Human Resources
404-894-0490

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Georgia Tech Human Resources’ (GTHR) Be Well benefits education and wellness series is back, beginning Jan. 12.

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Georgia Tech Human Resources’ (GTHR) Be Well benefits education and wellness series is back, beginning Jan. 12.

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Celebrating half a decade of benefits and wellness education, Georgia Tech Human Resources’ (GTHR) Be Well benefits education and wellness series is back, beginning Jan. 12.

Be Well workshops are free health, wellness, and benefits education classes open to all Institute employees. Offered year-round, they are designed to give employees tools to make smarter, healthier, and more informed decisions for their personal and professional lives.

The 2017 calendar brings back popular classes from last year like Powers of Attorney and Healthy Cooking and adds new courses on topics including career planning, care for aging parents and deskercise (desk exercises).

“Each year, we strive to improve previous Be Well workshops and add more courses based on feedback from past participants,” said GTHR’s Work-Life Specialist Candice Bovian. “I’m excited about 2017’s lineup — we’ve added more than 15 new workshops and included more webinars, which makes this year’s calendar very robust, offering something for everyone.”

All classes are taught by trained professionals in convenient locations around campus. Most workshops require advance registration.

For a complete listing of courses and registration information, please visit ohr.gatech.edu/bewell.

Upcoming January’s classes include:

  • New Year, New You: Effective Tips to Quit Smoking (or other behaviors): Jan. 12
  • FLSA – Converting Your Budget: Jan. 19
  • Tips to Prevent Identity Theft: Jan. 25

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  • Created On: Jan 9, 2017 - 8:40am
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