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  • A WELLNESS PROGRAM PRESENTED BY TURNBERRY ASSOCIATES

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  • Page 1 of 8862349_b 03/15 Offered by: Connecticut General Life Insurance Company or Cigna Health and Life Insurance Company.

    To apply, please complete and submit the Cigna Well-Being Award application by following these three simple steps:

    1. Download this application to your desktop and complete. 2. Save As your company name. 3. Submit your application to [email protected] Deadline:

    Applications will be reviewed by an internal review committee and the Cigna Well-Being Award will be presented at:

    Questions? Please contact your Cigna Sales Team and/or email us at [email protected]

    Directions

    Name Title Address

    City State Zip

    Phone number Email address

    Contact information of person submitting application

    CIGNA WELL-BEING AWARD APPLICATION

    This paperclip designates an optional attachment. If you have these supporting documents it is recommended to include them when submitting your award application.

    Company information

    Company name

    Industry

    Number of employees

    Together, all the way.SM

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    1 Building infrastructure

    1.1 How does senior leadership drive or support the wellness program? Please give examples of executive leadership, communication and participation. (250 max word count)

    1.2 Discuss how your organizations wellness program is funded. Please include all funding sources (e.g., internal wellness funds, premium differentials/surcharges, grants). (250 max word count)

    1.3 How are operational supervisors and managers involved in the wellness program initiatives? (250 max word count)

    1.4 Do you have a strategic plan that includes your vision, mission statement, goals and objectives?

    1.5 Does your organization have a Wellness Committee? If so, when was the committee created, how/when does the committee meet and what type of decisions is the committee empowered to make? (250 max word count)

    1.6 What parts of your company are represented among your Wellness Committee (e.g., HR, senior management, non-management, field staff, representatives from various departments)? (250 max word count)

    1.7 Brand, logo, mascot Do you have a wellness program branding, logo, or mission statement?

    CIGNA WELL-BEING AWARD APPLICATION

    Yes If yes, please attach

    No

    Yes If yes, please attach

    No

  • 2.1 Please indicate which of the following most accurately reflect your current workplace polices. Select one response per category.

    2.1.1 Tobacco use policy

    2.1.2 Physical activity policy

    2.1.3 Cafeteria/food service/ vending policy

    2.2 Do worksite regulations allow time for employees to take part in Health Promotion initiatives (biometric screening events, attending health improvement classes, etc.)?

    (250 max word count)

    2.3 Please indicate below how your physical work environment has been structured to support improvement initiatives in the following areas. Please select all that apply.

    2.3.1 Physical activity

    2.3.2 Onsite health

    2.3.3 Designated rooms

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    2 Policy/environment

    CIGNA WELL-BEING AWARD APPLICATION

    No specific tobacco use policy other than applicable state or local regulations

    Written employment policy requiring employees to leave company property in order to smoke during work hours

    Written employment policy outlawing employees use of all tobacco products during work hours, in company vehicles and while performing company business

    No specific policy allowing for flexible work arrangements to participate in physical activity during the workday

    Written policy allowing flexible work arrangements for employees to participate in physical activity during the workday. (extended lunch break, flexible work schedule)

    Written policy allowing employees to participate in physical activity on paid company time

    No specific vending/cafeteria or food service policy

    Written policy making healthy food options available for vending, cafeteria and catered meetings

    Written policy limiting unhealthy foods in catered meetings, while subsidizing healthy food options in vending machines and cafeterias

    Fitness room/onsite gym

    Bike racks

    Walking path/trail

    Dispensary/Pharmacy

    Onsite clinic (MD/RN)

    First aid station

    Relaxation room

    Lactation-only room

    Break room

    Other

    Walking/standing work stations

    Encourage use of stairs

    Other

    Health coaching room

    Defibrillators

    Other

    Yes

    No

  • 3.1 Please indicate if you currently offer any of the following health improvement programs. Check more than one option if applicable.

    3.1.1 Smoking cessation

    3.1.2 Physical activity

    3.1.3 Nutrition

    3.1.4 Stress management

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    3 Program implementation

    2 Policy/environment (cont.)

    CIGNA WELL-BEING AWARD APPLICATION

    2.3.4 Onsite nutrition

    Online Onsite By phone

    Online Onsite By phone

    Online Onsite By phone

    Online Onsite By phone

    Cafeteria with healthy options/labels

    Employee kitchen

    Vending machine with healthy options/labels

    Water cooler

    Snack bar with healthy options/labels

    Farmers market/produce stand

    Other

  • 3.1.5 Weight management

    3.1.6 Chronic condition support (disease management)

    3.1.7 Maternity/lactation support

    3.1.8 Behavioral/mental health

    3.2 Is your wellness program integrated with disability and absence management?

    3.3 Do you partner with any local organizations (e.g., food co-op, local hospital not including local or third-party wellness vendors)? If yes, please explain. (250 max word count)

    3.4 Communication plan Does your organization communicate wellness programs to employees?

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    3 Program implementation (cont.)

    CIGNA WELL-BEING AWARD APPLICATION

    Yes If yes, please attach

    No

    Yes

    No

    Yes

    No

    Online Onsite By phone

    Online Onsite By phone

    Online Onsite By phone

    Online Onsite By phone

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    4 Data collection and incentives

    CIGNA WELL-BEING AWARD APPLICATION

    4.1 How are the results of the health assessments and biometric screenings used to drive health promotion initiatives? (250 max word count)

    4.2 How have you gathered feedback and suggestions to enhance your wellness program (focus groups, surveys, testimonials, etc.)? How have you incorporated these to improve the program? (250 max word count)

    4.3 Are these results shared with your employees and/or their families?

    4.4 Are any incentives offered to spouses and/or adult dependents for any of the following? Health assessment completion, validated biometric screening results, annual physical exam, preventive screenings or health coaching programs.

    Yes

    Yes

    No

    No

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    What makes a workplace wellness program succeed can vary from one organization to another. Key ingredients to a successful well-being program include senior management support, a culture that promotes health, a strong wellness committee, strategic incentives and communication to drive engagement, creativity and outcomes that make an impact on an employee population. Discuss how your organization utilizes some or all of these key ingredients in your program. Provide a summary of the accomplishments of your health improvement program (reduction in risk shown through biometric screening, health assessment, claims, workers comp, absenteeism, etc.) (1,000 max word count)

    CIGNA WELL-BEING AWARD APPLICATION

    5 Cigna-Well-Being Award essay

    Application checklist

    Optional attachments:1. Strategic wellness plan including vision, mission statement, goals and objectives2. Wellness program logo or mascot artwork 3. Communication plan

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    Risk identification Participation Participation % Trend (change from previous year)

    Health assessment Employees

    Employees plus dependents

    Biometric screening Employees

    Employees plus dependents

    Annual preventitive care exam Employees

    Employees plus dependents

    Age/gender appropriate screenings (for example: mammogram, cervical, colonoscopy)

    Employees

    Employees plus dependents

    Health coaching programs (engagement) Participation Participation % Trend (change from previous year)

    Lifestyle coaching (e.g., smoking cessation, weight management, stress management)

    Employees

    Employees plus dependents

    Chronic condition coaching Employees

    Employees plus dependents

    Other (e.g., onsite coaching, maternity coaching) Please specify: Employees

    Employees plus dependents

    Incentive activity Eligible participants Type of incentive Annual value of incentive

    Health assessment

    Biometric screening

    Preventive screening (e.g., annual physical, mammogram, colonoscopy)

    Health coaching (telephone, online, onsite)

    Biometric outcomes (Meet/improve target for BMI/waist circumference, blood pressure, cholesterol, etc.)

    Non-tobacco use

    Other (e.g., corporate challenge) Please specify:

    Use the table below to provide key metrics on the applicable components of your well-being program for the most recent plan year. Please work with your account team to obtain these metrics.

    Cigna, the Tree of Life logo and Cigna Well-Being Award are registered service marks, and Together, all the way. is a service mark, of Cigna Intellectual Property, Inc., licensed for use by Cigna Corporation and its operating subsidiaries. All products and services are provided by or through such operating subsidiaries, and not by Cigna Corporation. Such operating subsidiaries include Cigna Health and Life Insurance Company, Connecticut General Life Insurance Company, and HMO or service company subsidiaries of Cigna Health Corporation and Cigna Dental Health, Inc.

    CIGNA WELL-BEING AWARD PARTICIPATION AND ENGAGEMENT DATA SHEET

    862349_b 03/15 2015 Cigna. Some content provided under license.

    After you complete, please attach this and all other supporting documents. Good luck!

    The Cigna Well-Being Award is only available to existing Cigna clients. Information submitted in the application and the attachments may be used for purposed outside the application process.

  • A WELLNESS PROGRAM PRESENTED BY TURNBERRY ASSOCIATES

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    Deadline: April 10, 2015 Event Name: 2015 Cigna Summit Name: Grace OrejasTitle: Executive Vice President, Human ResourcesAddress: 19501 Biscayne Boulevard, Suite 400City: AventuraState: FLZip: 33180Phone: (305) 933-5519 Email: [email protected] Name: Turnberry AssociatesIndustry: Hospitality, Retail, Commercial, Real Estate Development, Property Management# Employees: 4,000Radio Button31: Yes

    1: 1: At Turnberry, Wellness is a major part of the Company culture. In light of this, Ownership, the Executive Board and Senior Leadership are the key drivers in the support and success of the Live+WorkWell Wellness Program. Strategic planning begins at the top. Then, wellness initiatives are disseminated to Human Resources Leadership throughout all Turnberry entities with tools for successful communication and engagement. Finally, each Human Resources Team rolls out the initiatives to their respective locations. This process allows all entities to come together for the well-being of all employees. 2: Turnberry Associates provides employees with a very rich wellness program through the wellness fund provided by Cigna. To ensure all goals are met, internal budgets are funded by the Company to subsidize when needed. In addition, many of the 5k Run registrations are free to employees and family members through Company funding and often the charity fundraising efforts associated with the 5k runs are matched by the Turnberry Ownership. 3: Turnberry Associates empowers, and depends on, the involvement of all Leadership. With such a unique portfolio of entities, each Leader is empowered to engage employees in wellness. To do so, Leaders are provided the tools to effectively communicate to employees and encourage participation. 5: A "Turnberry Cares" meeting takes place each month with Human Resources Senior Leaders from each entity. The South Florida representatives meet face-to-face and other locations remote into the meeting to discuss global employee well-being. This committee conceptualizes initiatives and proposes plans to the Executive Board. With approval, the Senior Leaders play a crucial role in executing the plans surrounding each event. In addition, each entity has a Health & Safety Committee devoted to the safety and well-being of the employees at each location. This committee is made up of Security Leadership, Risk Management Leadership and Human Resources Leadership. 6: Human Resources Senior Leadership, Senior Management from each entity, and Leadership from a variety of departments are included to ensure inclusive wellness planning. Entities include Turnberry Corporate Office/Aventura Mall, Fontainebleau Hotel, Turnberry Isle Resort, Aventura Residence Inn, Aventura Courtyard, Hallandale Hampton Inn, Orlando Courtyard, Destin Commons, Nashville Hilton, Fontainebleau Aviation, Doc Holliday Harley Davidson, CO, and Century Harley Davidson, OH.

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    2: 3: 1a: Yes1b: Yes1c: Yes2a: 2b: 2c: Yes3a: Yes3b: Yes3c: Yes3d: 1d: Yes1e: Yes1f: Yes2d: 2e: Yes2f: Yes1 Text: Beach BoardwalkSoffer Trail2 Text: Blood Pressure MachineWeight Management Scale3 Text: 4a: Yes4b: Yes4c: Yes4d: Yes4e: Yes4f: Yes4g: 4 Text:

    2: Turnberrys Company culture encourages the well-being of its employees and ensures that time is allotted during working hours to participate in health promotion initiatives, including hosting overnight events to engage employees working the night shift. On-site initiatives include: Biometrics Screening/Health Assessment, Lunch and Learn Seminars, Health Fairs, Jenny Craig, Smoking Cessation Programs, Fitness Programs, Awareness Observances, and more.

    3: 1: 1a: Yes1b: Yes1c: Yes2a: Yes2b: Yes2c: Yes3a: Yes3b: Yes3c: Yes4a: Yes4b: Yes4c: Yes5a: Yes5b: Yes5c: Yes6a: Yes6b: Yes6c: Yes7a: Yes7b: Yes7c: Yes8a: Yes8b: Yes8c: Yes

    2: Yes

    3: Yes

    3 Text: To ensure Turnberry has well-rounded Health and Wellness opportunities, it partners with an abundant variety of local and national organizations including: Cigna, MetLife, EyeMed, Dental Care Group, Massage Haven, Memorial HealthCare, Whole Foods, LA Fitness, Equinox Fitness Club, Orange Theory, Health Designs, PMA, Concentra, Shoes for Crews, The Womens Breast & Heart Initiative, Susan G. Komen, Big Brothers, Big Sisters, Best Buddies, LensCrafter, Colonial Life, TAG Resources, United HealthCare , American Heart Association, Condesa Gym, Costco, Crunch Fitness, Dental Specialist of Doral, FastCare, LLC (Worker Comp), Feng Shui From the Heart, Fighting Chance Chiropractor , Fight Sports Miami, GRD Holistic Healing, Healthcare Clinic at Walgreens, MD Now Urgent Care, Miami Spine and Posture Clinic, Oband Medical Group, Physicians Health Center, Swaasta, LLC., Target-Discount RX, Therapeutic Touch, Total Nutrition South Beach, US Food & Drug Administration, Wells Fargo and more!4: Yes

    4: 1: Health and Biometrics screenings play a key role in strategic wellness planning by shaping the health and wellness topics focused on each year. Per results at each location, targeted action plans are created to spearhead the greatest opportunities of health improvement. For example, this past year the Company targeted cholesterol, diabetes, and high blood pressure based on the biometrics and health screening results. Initiatives surrounding weight management, exercise, and nutrition were put in place to influence positive change. Specifically, an on-site blood pressure machine was installed to create easy access for employees to track their blood pressure, the "Race 2 Fit" Competition encouraged weight loss and fitness, Awareness Months were observed with activities and prizes, and focused communication was distributed via flyers, newsletters and monthly wellness lunch-and-learn seminars.

    2: Turnberry Associates values the opinions of all employees and elicits feedback in a variety of ways. Employee feedback is gathered by members of the global "Turnberry Cares" and Health & Safety Committees and is presented for discussion each month. With the employees voice at the table, items are put into immediate action. In addition, the Company surveys employees at each event and seminar to ensure the planned initiatives are engaging and promote topics of worth. Lastly, the annual Company Employee Engagement/Opinion Survey includes an extensive benefits and wellness section to gather candid and anonymous feedback regarding well-being. With a 90% participation rate, this is the greatest opportunity to get a global perspective of the needs and wants of all employees regarding wellness. The data collected is shared with Executives and Senior Leadership and utilized to create yearly action plans and execute of applicable programs. 3: Yes

    4: Yes

    5: Please see enclosed summary.Health Assessment: Choice1

    Text30: N/AText31: N/ABiometric Screen: Choice1

    Text32: 70%Text33: ComprableAnnual Prevent: Choice1

    Text34: N/AText35: N/AAge/Gender: Choice1

    Text36: 67%Text37: N/ALifestyle: Choice2

    Text38: 75%Text39: N/AChronic Condition: Choice2

    Text40: N/AText41: N/AText51: Other: Choice2

    Text42: 90%Text43: N/AEligible Participants1: Employees and dependentsType of Incentive1: Prize itemText44: 25,000Eligible Participants2: Employees and dependentsType of Incentive2: Prize itemText45: 25,000Text46: N/AEligible Participants3: Employees and dependentsType of Incentive3: SurchargeEligible Participants4: Employees and dependentsType of Incentive4: Prize itemText47: 15,000Eligible Participants5: Employees and dependentsType of Incentive5: Prize itemText48: 20,000Eligible Participants6: Employees and dependentsType of Incentive6: Gift cardText49: 3,000Text50: 20,000Text52: Eligible Participants7: Employees and dependentsType of Incentive7: Prize item