Aviva launches mental health toolkit for line managers

Training modules for workplace wellbeing

John Brazier
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Aviva launches mental health toolkit for line managers

Aviva has rolled out a mental health toolkit for its group protection clients to better manage employee wellbeing.

The insurer stated that the toolkit has been designed to help managers identify changes in mental health to increase the use of early intervention, and to help give them the confidence to have conversations with their employees and the tools to support them. Comprised of several video training modules, the toolkit focuses on topics including changing behaviours, adapting and adjusting in the workplace, signposting, having difficult conversations and guidance for line managers on how to respond...

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