Taking care of people is our business
We support our clients by helping their employees gain a greater control of key aspects of their wellbeing. We do this by creating awareness, knowledge and confidence across physical, financial and mental wellbeing - through provision of a wide variety of tools, content and services. By supporting employees to become more confident we hope to improve their wellbeing, build workforce resilience and, in the long term, benefit the organisation as a whole.
What we offer
Here is a flavour of the tools, content and services that we have developed to put our client's employees in greater control of their wellbeing with the aim of achieving a more resilient workforce and a higher performing organisation.
We believe financial wellbeing is about helping employees feel in control of their and their family's finances, both now and into the future.
We can support your employees wherever they may be on their financial journey. For example, written and video content as well as budgeting tools for those seeking financial stability or looking to set firm foundations for their finances. Workplace savings for those looking to build a saving pot and the MidLife MOT, MyPension and Aviva Financial Advice team to support those looking to develop a medium term plan and optimise retirement income.
Physical and Mental Wellbeing
When you look after your physical and mental wellbeing, you can improve your overall health.
That's why we encourage employees to look after themselves, through the range of wellbeing services we provide to promote a happier, healthier and more productive workforce.
Aviva Digital GP and Aviva Wellbeing are available as value-added services with Aviva Private Medical Insurance, and Workplace Wellbeing is available with Aviva Group Income Protection.
Why choose us
Investing in wellbeing
We know that for you and your employees wellbeing has never been as important so we have developed a comprehensive range of content, tools and services to support all of your employees.
Building business resilience
Taking care of business is in our DNA. We have a range of products and services to help you prevent and manage risk for your business and your workforce. By delivering a cohesive and comprehensive wellbeing programme we can help you build a more resilient business.
Wellbeing initiatives tailored to employee needs can help increase engagement. Our targeted multi-channel offering ensures key wellbeing messages are delivered in the most relevant and timely way for your workforce.
Successful wellbeing initiatives can build happier, healthier more financially confident individuals. Over time this can lead to a more resilient workforce, better able to avoid negative wellbeing issues or indeed to recover more swiftly from them. As the workforce becomes more resilient so, over time will organisational performance improve.
Employer of choice
We understand that attracting and retaining the right talent is one of the biggest challenges businesses face. Today, talented people looking for their next career move expect their wellbeing to be a high priority for their new employer.
By having a robust and comprehensive approach to wellbeing, you will position your organisation favourably compared to its peers.
As part of our evolving wellbeing offering, we have developed a range of services and tools including mobile apps, articles, videos, seminar sessions and online calculators. Find out more here.
Whether your employees want to sleep more, stress less, lose weight, get fit or live healthier, the Aviva Wellbeing app could help.
Aviva Digital GP
The Aviva Digital GP app, powered by Square Health, provides around the clock access to GP video consultations and repeat NHS prescriptions (all NHS England exemptions accepted) with free UK delivery - all at the touch of a button.
Our workplace wellbeing services help you promote good health and wellness among your employees, from training to rehabilitation and therapy.
Wellbeing articles on Aviva Edit
Our article hub, has been created for you and your employees to digest useful information that improves their wellbeing and resilience.
My Retirement Planner
Answer a few simple questions and find out how much your pension could be worth in the future with our retirement planner. Find out more here.
Amongst the tools and services that Aviva provide is a range of videos that aim to support an employee's awareness and understanding across a variety of topics. We produce videos that use an accessible language and style in order to de-mystify topics that can sometimes seem confusing or complex. Here is an example, our Pensions 101 video, introducing the Pensions basics:
More from us
Explore more Wellbeing support with our articles and videos
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.
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.
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.
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.
Health & Wellbeing / 18 May 2020
Get your employees talking during Mental Health Awareness Week
Jo Potter, Group Protection Account Manager at Aviva, discusses how employers can use Mental Health Awareness Week to start conversations.
Health & Wellbeing / 16 Apr 2020
Rediscovering your work/life balance
How do you find a way to juggle work and life when everything is happening in the same place? We share our tips to help employees.
Health & Wellbeing / 6 Apr 2020
Line managers and people managers: the voice of wellbeing
Sophie Money, Group Protection Workplace Wellbeing Manager at Aviva, explains why winning at wellbeing starts with managers.
Health & Wellbeing / 1 Apr 2020
Large business or small… embracing wellbeing offers big rewards
Wellbeing is good for businesses of all sizes, as well as their employees - Sophie Money, Group Protection Wellbeing Manager, explains why.
Health & Wellbeing / 24 Feb 2020
Are there generational differences in group protection provision?
Recent research on Millennials, Generation X and Baby Boomer employees points at different health, wellbeing and group protection solutions.
Health & Wellbeing / 14 Jan 2020
5 reasons why employers should be supporting alcohol awareness
Don Shenker, founder of the Alcohol Health Network, explains why businesses should be educating their employees about alcohol consumption.
Health & Wellbeing / 10 Jan 2020
Can group protection help solve 2020’s recruitment wars?
Are skills shortages and recruitment issues here to stay? Can improved employee benefits packages with group protection add value?
Health & Wellbeing / 9 Jan 2020
SMEs and cancer: how employee benefits packages can help
Steve Browning, Group Protection Proposition Manager at Aviva, looks at some potential solutions.
Health & Wellbeing / 11 Dec 2019
Let’s talk about the menopause
The menopause doesn’t just affect women in the workplace – it’s an issue for us all. So, why don’t we talk about it more?