Support for a healthy workforce
A successful wellbeing programme can help you create a healthier, happier workforce, and in turn lower absenteeism and associated costs. Make a real difference to your business with our range of Workplace Wellbeing solutions, available with Aviva Group Income Protection.
Supporting managers and employees
Tailored solutions to give your workforce the tools to cope better with whatever life throws at them.
Helping you embed wellbeing into your business
Professionally-run wellbeing courses, sessions and workshops tailored to match the needs of your business.
Courses cover a wide range of wellbeing topics
From managing stress to alcohol awareness, from physiotherapy to mindfulness, and much more in between.
Workplace Wellbeing services are provided as part of our Group Income Protection cover. These services are non-contractual benefits Aviva can withdraw at any time.
Workplace Wellbeing solutions
Explore the benefits of a successful Workplace Wellbeing programme, and see how embedding one could help your business.
Why choose us for Workplace Wellbeing?
Our solutions focus on helping you strengthen the mental, physical and emotional wellbeing of your employees, each delivered by experts in their field.
Finding a suitable wellbeing programme to meet the needs of your unique business can be challenging.
That's why we take the time to really understand your requirements, and work with you to create a tailored programme to help you manage and prevent wellbeing issues.
Courses are delivered by Aviva clinical experts or through a network of external wellbeing providers.
Giving your line managers the skills and confidence to identify and manage certain wellbeing concerns can bring big benefits to your business.
What do we offer?
Mental health training
Mental health training, delivered by Aviva clinical experts, provided at no extra cost:
- Mental health workplace session
- Managing mental health in the workplace workshop
- Resilience session
Mental health training delivered by trusted partners, costs apply:
- Mental health awareness programme
- Mental health training including suicide risk assessment and management
Other wellbeing training
Training on a wide range of topics, delivered by trusted partners, costs apply. Topics include:
- Back pain management
- Cancer and chronic conditions
- Stress management
- Physiotherapy and massage
- Alcohol awareness
These services are non-contractual benefits Aviva can withdraw at any time.
More about your cover
Workplace Wellbeing solutions guide
Group Income Protection brochure
Want to know more?
If you have any questions or queries about Workplace Wellbeing, please email us at email@example.com
Or you can speak to your financial adviser or Aviva Group Protection Account Manager.
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Group Protection cover
We offer a range of products to protect your employees and support your business needs. Find out more here:
Group Income Protection
We can support employees on long-term absence due to an illness or injury. And we'll help them return to work.
Group Critical Illness
We'll pay your employees a tax-free lump sum if they're diagnosed with a critical illness, or undergo surgery, covered by the policy.
Our cover will help look after your employee's family financially and emotionally if the worst happens.