Good Living Program
 Wellness Incentive Campaign


  RULES & GLOSSARY

RULES

The following guidelines will assist you in understanding the campaign process and the flexibility that you have in managing your chosen campaign activity.

  1. The campaign begins April 14 and terminates June 9.

  2. Each activity (Getting Fit, Eating Smart, Managing Life) is 8 weeks long.

  3. Each campaign activity week begins on Sunday at 12:00 a.m. and ends the following Saturday evening. For example, lessons for week two first become available at 12:00 a.m. Sunday, April 20.

  4. You may earn a maximum of 100 flexible wellness credits for successful completion of the campaign. You may use the credits during your benefits open enrollment.

    • Completion of the Scorecard for each week earns you 10 flex credits.

    • Completion of all eight (8) Scorecards earns you a bonus of 20 credits.

    • You must read through both the activity and tips sections for a particular week to become eligible to complete that week's Scorecard. Once you are eligible for a Scorecard, you may complete it the following week.

  5. Activity Logs are available for your personal use to help you track your progress throughout the campaign. You cannot write in the online version of Activity Logs. They are meant to be printed and used as a tool to assist you in recording your daily activities and measuring your success in meeting goals and objectives. You are not required to submit your Activity Log to earn credits.

  6. Completion of each week must occur in the order designated by the red activity arrow on your Campaign Progress page. (See the chart below for a list of icons used on the Campaign Progress page.)

  7. Should you miss up to two consecutive weeks of activities, you will be given the opportunity to go back and make up the missed weeks. You will have only two chances during the campaign to go back and make up activities for missed weeks.

  8. If you miss more than two consecutive weeks of activities, you will not be allowed to complete any outstanding Scorecards beyond the two-week grace period. Unavailable Scorecards will be designated by black boxes in the Scorecard section of your Campaign Progress page. (See the chart below for a list of icons used on the Campaign Progress page.)

  9. Several graphic icons are used on the Campaign Progress page to indicate your status:

    Blinking Arrow - Points to the next activity available for you to complete.
    Open book - Indicates text which you have not yet read. Click on the open book icon to read the text.
    Closed book - Indicates text which you have already read. You may re-read the lesson by clicking on the closed book icon.
    Outlined box - Indicates a Scorecard which you are eligible to complete. Click on the outlined box to see the week's Scorecard.
    Outlined box with "10" - Indicates that you have successfully completed the Scorecard and earned 10 flex credits for the week.
    Missed
    Black box - Indicates that the Scorecard is unavailable, because you did not complete it within the two-week time limit.

  10. If you require assistance, please refer to the Help section available from the Campaign Menu Bar at the top of your Campaign Progress page.


GLOSSARY

This glossary is designed to define and help you identify the various sections and components of the Wellness Incentive Campaign.

Activity Logs
Activity Logs are available for your personal use to help you track your progress throughout the campaign. You cannot write in the online version of Activity Logs. They are meant to be printed and used as a tool to assist you in recording your daily activities and measuring your success in meeting goals and objectives. You do not have to submit your Activity Logs to earn credits. The Activity Logs are in Acrobat PDF format; you need Adobe Acrobat Reader 2.1 to read and print these files.

Campaign Menu Bar
Located above the Campaign Progress page, the menu bar allows you to access Resources, the Help and Library sections, and the Rules and Glossary.

Campaign Menu
Your entry point to begin or continue your chosen activity.

Campaign Progress Page
The activity management tool indicating your choice of activity and status within the Wellness Incentive Campaign. From this page you may easily link to lessons, tips and outstanding Scorecards as they become available.

Introduction
A brief description of the campaign and how it works.

Participant (Logon Screen)
Following enrollment, you will be required to enter your serial number and password to access your Campaign Progress page.

Password
At the time of registration, new users must select a password to use for the duration of the campaign. The password may be any combination of alphanumeric characters.

Priority Arrow
The flashing red arrow within the Campaign Progress page. The arrow is located between the textbooks and the Scorecard box indicating pending work to be completed.

Registration (Logon Screen)
The starting point from which new users choose their password, activity and verify their selection.

Resources
References to books, journals, and organizations which provide additional information relative to your chosen activity.

Rules
Guidelines for campaign and activity management.

Scorecard
A measurement for you to determine your success in meeting the weekly goals and objectives. The Scorecard must be completed to earn 10 flex credits.

Tips
Suggestions following the text portion of each week to assist you in accomplishing the goal or objective for the week's activity. By completing the tips for a given week and linking back to the Campaign Progress page, you become eligible to complete the corresponding Scorecard in the following week.




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