- Psychological Well-Being
- Bright Horizons
- Work/Life Solutions
- Health Advocacy
- Flexible Spending Accounts
- 401k and ESOP
- Employee Retirement Account
- Tuition Reimbursement
- Adoption Assistance
- Short-term Disability (Salary Continuation)
- Long-Term Disability
- Paid Family Leave
- Accidental Death & Dismemberment
- Life Insurance
- Business Travel Accident
- Voluntary Benefits
- Paid Time Off
- Milk Stork
- Personal Travel Assistance
Whether you need tips for maintaining a healthy lifestyle or a special program to help you make a major lifestyle change, Cargill and its partners offer many tools and resources designed to help you live healthy.
Wellness Program Incentives*
The Cargill Wellness Incentive Program can help you learn about your current health status and how you can make improvements.
If you (or you and your covered spouse/domestic partner) are enrolled in medical plan coverage, you get rewarded for taking healthy actions, achieving results or showing improvement.
You can earn up to $300 ($500 if you are tobacco-free). Your covered spouse/domestic partner can also earn up to $200 for completing healthy actions.
Wellness Incentives are easy to earn.
*This information pertains to the Full Wellness Incentive Program.
Live tobacco free, earn $200
Attest that you and your covered family members have not used tobacco in the past 12 months (or have completed a tobacco/smoking cessation program within the last 12 months) during the Open Enrollment process to earn a $200 incentive ($50 per quarter).
Alternative ways to earn rewards
If you think you are unable to meet a requirement for a reward under this Wellness Program, you might qualify for an opportunity to earn the same reward by different means. Contact Virgen Pulse, and they will work with you (and, if you wish, with your doctor) to determine alternative ways to earn your rewards.
Disclaimer: If there are any differences/discrepancies between the information on this website (www.cargill.com/myhealth and all related pages) and the information in the plan documents and/or summary plan descriptions (SPDs), the information in the plan documents/SPDs will overrule. Employees will receive information on how to access SPDs based on their benefits eligibility.