Protect and support your employees
We provide Private Medical Insurance and Group Protection plans to help suit your business and Wellbeing services that promote a healthy, happy workplace.
Our private medical insurance offers flexible cover options, so you can create a package that’s right for your business and your employees.
We offer Group Life, Group Critical Illness, Group Income Protection and flexible benefits packages, to support your employees, their loved ones and your business when it really matters.
Why choose us?
We provide Private Medical Insurance and Group Protection plans to suit your business, and Wellbeing services that promote a healthy, happy workplace.
Choose health cover to suit your business
We understand that no two businesses are the same. That's why with our Private Medical Insurance, you can create a level of cover to help suit the needs of your business and workforce. Enhance your cover with additional benefits or decrease it to suit your budget. So, everyone gets access to the right treatment, at the right time, at the right place.
Flexible Group Protection solutions
Providing a benefits package that helps meet the diverse needs of your workforce, sets you apart from your competitors, and allows you to control costs can be challenging. Our comprehensive range of Group Protection products could offer a solution that suits both your business and employees, by providing financial reassurance and support against the impact of serious illness, injury or loss of life.
Workplace WellbeingWe support businesses in helping their employees gain a greater control of all their wellbeing needs. We do this by creating awareness, knowledge and confidence – across physical, financial and mental wellbeing.
Personal cover if you're self-employed
You're just as important as your business. So make sure you're both protected.
Private Medical Insurance
Get access to a wide network of private UK medical facilities and choose from a range of flexible healthcare benefits - the ideal all-round cover for you and your family.
Designed to help to provide cover for your mortgage, children's university fees, salary and more.
Expert business insight and analysis
Pensions / 16 Sep 2020
What are the top three questions from retirement savers?
Laura Stewart-Smith talks about financial education and the questions that come up most often.
Pensions / 10 Sep 2020
7 ways to keep employees engaged with retirement savings
Getting your employees to think about their retirement savings can be tricky, but we have seven suggestions to help you get their attention.
Pensions / 5 Aug 2020
The changing face of financial education
With face-to-face seminars impossible at the moment, Chris Allen, explains how our financial education team have successfully moved online.
Pensions / 23 Jul 2020
Engaging employees with pension savings after coronavirus
Dale Critchley looks at the challenge the financial services industry faces in helping employees to re-engage with their pensions.
Health & Wellbeing / 23 Jul 2020
Looking after employees during the return to work
Matt Smith, Rehabilitation Manager at Aviva UK, looks at how employers can help employees feel more confident as they return to the workplace.
Health & Wellbeing / 22 Jul 2020
Supporting employees’ mental health as everything changes again
Clinical Nurse Consultant Heather Buckeridge looks at how employers can promote good mental health as more people return to the workplace.
Health & Wellbeing / 7 Jul 2020
Wellbeing: it has to be a culture, not a strategy
Sophie Money explains how you can make use of a resource you already have to make wellbeing work for you.
Health & Wellbeing / 24 Jun 2020
How to spot if your employees are burning out
Aviva’s Dr Doug Wright looks at how to spot the signs of burn-out and what you and your employees can do to prevent it.
Pensions / 23 Jun 2020
What furlough taught us about retirement planning
Dale Critchley looks at how furlough could give workers a glimpse of life after work and how that might help them focus on retirement planning.
Good business / 16 Jun 2020
Keeping employees motivated: what you can and can’t do
Rachel Fenoughty, of Aviva’s Learning & Development team, asks how employers can motivate employees in times like these – and concludes that they can’t…
Health & Wellbeing / 9 Jun 2020
It’s all in a good night’s sleep
Heather Buckeridge, Aviva clinical consultant nurse discusses how you can help you and your employees overcome problems sleeping.
Good business / 8 Jun 2020
Why businesses should talk more about employees caring duties
Jonathan Briggs, Group Head Talent Acquisition at Aviva, looks at why businesses should talk about flexible working for carers.
Health & Wellbeing / 3 Jun 2020
Looking after your back in lockdown and beyond
With many of us still working from home for the first time, you can take steps to make sure the pain doesn’t go straight to your back.
Good business / 1 Jun 2020
Why it’s good to keep your employees volunteering
With all the new guidelines surrounding coronavirus, traditional approaches to volunteering have had to change.
Pensions / 28 May 2020
Financial education: giving the right message at the right time
Laura Stewart-Smith looks at how to handle communicating with your employees during the coronavirus pandemic.
Health & Wellbeing / 20 May 2020
The links between alcohol and mental health
Don Shenker, founder of the Alcohol Health Network, explains why it's important to understand the link between mental health and alcohol consumption.