What is Aviva Wellbeing?
Aviva Wellbeing is our desktop and mobile app dedicated to helping people live their best lives. Whether your employees want to sleep more, stress less, lose weight, get fit or live healthier, Aviva Wellbeing could help them achieve lifelong change - one easy step at a time.
Aviva Wellbeing is currently available as a value-added service to corporate Private Medical Insurance customers, who have 250 or more employees covered on the policy.
Terms and conditions apply, and employees can view these within the Aviva Wellbeing app before they sign up. Mobile data charges may apply. This service is a non-contractual benefit Aviva can withdraw at any time.
Empower your employees
Aviva Wellbeing is a whole of workforce offering that we believe helps employees become happier and healthier.
Power your business
Aviva Wellbeing could lead to increased employee engagement and productivity, and reduced absenteeism.
Access intelligent insights
Receive aggregated and anonymised data that highlights areas of concern across your business and shows your wellbeing transformation over time.
What does Aviva Wellbeing offer?
Personalised hints and tips
Your employees can choose from a range of health motivations and receive hints and tips personalised to them.
Syncs with popular apps
Works seamlessly with most popular apps and wearables, so your employees can view their wellbeing data in one place.
Your employees can join fun workplace challenges designed for every fitness level, so they can compete against themselves and colleagues.
Individual action plans
Easy-to-follow action plans empower your employees to reach their goals.
Exciting rewards and offers
Your employees can enjoy exciting rewards, offers and freebies to help them stay motivated.
Health-related content and recipes
Employees have access to health-related content and recipes designed to support them on their wellbeing journey.
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 Advisor.
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.
Expert business insight and analysis
15 Oct 2021
Menopause is a business issue: what can employers do to help?
Aviva UK Health Medical Director Dr Doug Wright discusses ways to support employees experiencing the menopause and help them stay in work Overview summary: Aviva UK Health Medical Director Dr Doug Wright discusses ways to support employees experiencing the menopause and help them stay in work.
Health & Wellbeing / 8 Oct 2021
World Mental Health Day? Shouldn’t that be every day?
Debbie Bullock, Aviva’s wellbeing lead, looks at how we would all benefit from thinking of every day as a mental health day.
Health & Wellbeing / 8 Sep 2021
Why we shouldn’t get too comfortable in our slippers
For hybrid working to really work, we shouldn’t forget what’s good about the workplace-based portion of that model... and what it can do for employee wellbeing.
Health & Wellbeing / 12 Aug 2021
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.
19 Jul 2021
Seven ways you can help your employees adjust to the relaxing of restrictions
Most of the restrictions we’ve all lived under for over a year are beginning to lift, but that’s something many people will find unsettling. It won’t be easy for many of us to simply return to life as we knew it.
16 Jul 2021
The emotional impact of opening up society – how it may affect your employees
Debbie Bullock, Aviva’s Wellbeing Lead, talks about why the end of restrictions may not mean the end of anxiety for some people.
16 Jul 2021
Financial wellbeing in the post-pandemic workplace
Workplace wellbeing packages are stronger with a financial wellbeing element. Here are some reminders about why it’s important.
7 Jul 2021
Is financial stress affecting your balance sheet?
Dale Critchley, Policy Manger for Workplace Savings & Retirement looks at how employee financial wellbeing benefits businesses and individuals.
24 Jun 2021
Working with your workers to make sure work works for them!
Aviva’s new report shows the vital role employers can play in improving employees financial and professional wellbeing post-Covid, says Iona Bain.
22 Jun 2021
Why wellbeing is like a three-legged stool
A well-rounded wellbeing programme must focus on three elements – physical, mental and financial wellbeing – if it’s to do the job properly.
15 Jun 2021
Thriving in the Age of Ambiguity
Last year we issued our first Age of Ambiguity report, looking at the blurring of lines between home and work life.
Health & Wellbeing / 17 May 2021
Why supporting menopause in the workplace is urgent and important
Deborah Garlick, Director at Henpicked: Menopause in the Workplace, explains why introducing menopause support at work makes sense for savvy organisations.
12 May 2021
How to help when someone is not okay
What do you do if someone tells you they are not okay? It’s not easy to know what to say, but we have some tips to help you.
Health & Wellbeing / 12 May 2021
The links between alcohol and mental health
Don Shenker, founder of the Alcohol Health Network, explains why alcohol awareness should be part of a wider wellbeing strategy.
11 May 2021
Good medicine: what we can all learn from ‘social prescribing’
Social prescribing is a term that’s gradually becoming better known. It’s a way of describing the process of a GP or other NHS professional referring a patient to non-clinical services to help with their health and wellbeing.
13 Apr 2021
Seven ways to manage stress and anxiety
Life has the ability to put a spanner in the works at any time, so it’s normal that you and your employees could feel stressed from time to time.