Why worry about employee wellbeing?
Your people are the driving force behind your organisation. Healthy, happy and engaged employees could help contribute to the success of your business.
At Aviva, we’re dedicated to helping people live their best lives. That means encouraging them to consider their wellbeing in terms of everything they do.
By promoting healthier habits and incremental shifts in attitudes and actions we can empower people to make informed, balanced and positive lifestyle choices.
Our employee wellbeing services are currently available as an added value benefit with Aviva Private Medical Insurance. Please note, these services are non-contractual benefits Aviva can withdraw at any time.
Whether your employees want to sleep more, stress less, lose weight, get fit or live healthier, the Aviva Wellbeing app could help.
Why choose us?
We're dedicated to helping people live their best lives, from physical wellbeing through to mental and financial wellbeing.
Our employee wellbeing services
Our wellbeing services encourage people to consider their wellbeing in terms of everything they do – the way they work, what they eat, how active they are, their mental health and how they spend and save their money.
Trusted financial services provider
With millions of customers, and years of experience, we're ideally placed to help businesses create healthier, happier and more productive workforces.
Want to find out more?
If you have any questions or queries, or would like to find out more, please speak to your Aviva Private Medical Insurance Account Manager or contact your Financial Adviser.
Alternatively, you can call us on 0800 001 4272 and we'll be happy to help. Our lines are open Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm. For joint protection, calls may be monitored and/or recorded.
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Health & Wellbeing / 3 Jun 2020
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