Help your clients create a positive culture
Promoting health and wellbeing in the workplace brings real benefits to your client’s business.
A successful wellbeing programme can help them create a happier, healthier workforce, and in turn help to lower absenteeism and associated costs. Help your clients make a real difference to their business with our Workplace Wellbeing solutions, provided as part of our Group Income Protection cover.
In-house and external experts tailor solutions to meet the specific needs of your client’s business
Providing the tools to help strengthen the mental, physical and emotional wellbeing of your clients' employees
Wide range of courses
From managing stress to alcohol awareness, we offer a wide range of courses covering many wellbeing topics
Why Aviva Workplace Wellbeing?
Finding a wellbeing programme that works for everyone within a business, and aligns with the company culture, can be challenging. At Aviva, we understand that a one-size approach doesn't fit all, so we use our experience to help your clients identify and introduce a wellbeing strategy.
We work closely with your clients to develop and implement a tailored wellbeing programme; focusing on strengthening the mental, physical and emotional wellbeing of their employees.
Using data to identify wellbeing trends
By working closely with our Aviva Group Income Protection claims team, we can identify any wellbeing issues and trends emerging within your client's business. By using this insight, we can suggest appropriate training to reduce ongoing problems.
Professionally run courses
Our wellbeing courses, workshops and sessions are delivered by Aviva clinical experts or through a network of external wellbeing providers.
Whether your client has a query or needs a little help with one of our wellbeing services, we're just a phone call away.
Mental health training
Through their Group Income Protection policy, your clients have access to mental health training at no extra cost. This includes the Aviva Line Manager Toolkit: Mental Health. Developed by mental health professionals, this digital toolkit offers bite-sized videos to help line managers identify signs and symptoms of poor mental wellbeing among team members, both in the physical and remote work environment. The modules include:
- Mental health in the workplace
- Changing behavious
- Having difficult conversations
- Signposting to help
- How to respond to a crisis situation
- Adapting and adjusting in the workplace
- Looking after yourself
We also offer mental health training delivered by trusted partners, which carry an extra cost. These include:
- Mental Health First Aid (Mental Health First Aid England)
- Mental health training, including suicide risk assessment and management (Working to Wellbeing)
All Workplace Wellbeing benefits are non-contractual and Aviva can withdraw them at any time.
A wide range of useful courses to suit your client's needs
We have a great selection of expert courses your client's employees can attend to get better understanding of a range of physical and mental health problems. They are all developed with our own clinical experts or provided by trusted partners. Costs apply for partner courses.
- Mental health (digital training provided by Aviva)
- Back pain
- Cancer and chronic conditions
- Stress management
- Physiotherapy and massage
- Alcohol awareness
- Sleep management
All Workplace Wellbeing benefits are non-contractual and Aviva can withraw them at any time.
How to apply
Our Workplace Wellbeing solutions are available as part of our Aviva Group Income Protection cover.
If you want to find our more, please speak to your Aviva account manager
or email us on GroupProtectionSalesSupport@aviva.com
If your query relates to an existing policy please call
Lines are open 9.00am – 5.00pm, Monday – Friday.
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