The package includes a line manager toolkit for mental health, a counselling service, as well as discounts for health and wellbeing services.
Aviva has confirmed that it will also offer price reductions on products and services to support covered individuals who have received a cancer diagnosis.
In a statement reported by the Insurance Times, Aviva’s Head of Accident and Health, Luke Powis, said: “Mental health and wellbeing is an area of concern for many employers, and we’re proud to be supporting resilience in this area with a new package of enhancements.”
He added: “Our group personal accident and business travel customers and their employees can now benefit from mental health training, counselling, and support for a cancer diagnosis. This is already making a difference to thousands of employers across the country, all at no additional cost to them.”