Introducing 689 Moving Me: Fitbit Platform

689 Moving Metro is dedicated to helping you make small changes to keep you safe and healthy. That’s why we’ve partnered with Fitbit to help our members track their activity while providing a fun and engaging online platform. When it comes to reaching your fitness goals, tracking your step count is just the beginning. Members can track every part of their day through the Fitbit app by including activity, exercise, food, weight and sleep – all to keep you motivated and see how small steps can make a big impact on your health. 

How Do I Benefit?   

689 Moving Me is completely FREE to join and part of your health benefits.  

Earn discounts off your health insurance premium every quarter and save up to $400 a year! The more you participate in the program, the higher your reward levels! Just meet your step goal 20 days out the month.  

Compete with your fellow co-workers, families and friends. Our community is steadily growing! Get support and motivation on your path to better health. Cheer on your co-workers and playfully tease them during a quarterly step challenge!

Joining 689 Moving Me is Fast and Easy! 

Join now! Follow the steps below and catch up with your co-workers! 

  1. Visit fitbit.com/signup to create a FREE account and download the Fitbit app on your smartphone.  

  1. Send the SAME email address you used to register for your Fitbit account to wellness@tehw.org 

  1. You will receive an invitation from Fitbit with setup instructions.  

689 Moving Metro offers a custom storefront for Local 689 members! Click here to order your device.  

Questions about your devices or app? Call Fitbit Customer Service at: 1-877-623-4997. Visit https://help.fitbit.com for additional support.  

  

 

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I am on Workers’ Compensation. Can I get disability benefits, too?

While you are collecting Workers’ Compensation, you are not eligible to receive short-term disability benefits from the Plan. However, you are eligible to apply for long-term disability benefits six months after your injury. Any long-term disability benefit you receive will be reduced by your Workers’ Compensation and other forms of income. For many reasons, it is to your advantage to apply for long-term disability benefits. Call the Health & Welfare Plan office if you have any questions.

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