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59 English questions out of 59

6 June 2022

Does Aviva offer relocation assistance?

Pros

Good benefits package, although salary lacking

Cons

Was not given adequate support during COVID with mental health issues. I was not able to leave home when lockdowns eased due to family illness so was very isolated heavily impacting my mental health. Was put on a performance improvement plan without any formal or informal warnings beforehand, and goals to pass the PIP were continually changed. Would not recommend if you need additional support. No career progression Would have forced 3 day working from office as "hybrid" and "flexible" working...

Advice to Management

Focus on career progression and train management to be more empathetic to individual situations related to mental health and home life. Allow employees to work from home on a mostly permanent basis. COVID proved that it can be done.

Good benefits package, although salary lacking

6 June 2022

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25 August 2020

Does Aviva offer massages?

Pros

Good people, free coffee, ability to work 12hr shifts

Cons

Lots of system changes, not always well implimented, constant turn over

Advice to Management

trust your employees, use fewer temps

Good people, free coffee, ability to work 12hr shifts

25 August 2020

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10 December 2021

How is the office food at Aviva?

Pros

Free tea and coffee. Shifts given well in advance. City centre office.

Cons

Despite saying they 'care more,' the moment you start to suffer with mental health you get shunned. You can get given a warning whilst off sick with mental health. No chance of promotion unless you kiss the backside of the floor manager. Low wages. Have to work extra hours if you get stuck on a call and you never get the time back. They say there aren't targets but there are.

Advice to Management

Talk to your staff, don't just wait for them to come to you. Take time to understand someone. I've moved elsewhere and am flying now doing a similar job yet you just made me feel awful about myself and steered me towards the exit door.

Free tea and coffee.

10 December 2021

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4 May 2021

Does Aviva offer dental insurance?

Pros

We get great health, dental and vision benefits. We also get great retirement plans. Sometimes we even get extra holidays. Work load isn't crazy. Great work-life balance too

Cons

Can't think of any cons tbh.

We get great health, dental and vision benefits.

4 May 2021

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8 October 2020

Does Aviva have a pension plan?

Pros

Interesting projects; good Design and Research team; some research practices have been embedded into the way of working; and a strong focus on the accessibility of products/designs. There are also a lot of great benefits such as the pension scheme, maternity/paternity pay, rewards and recognition schemes, discounts on insurance and discounts on other products.

Cons

Innovation practices could be better - a lot of constraints get in the way of delivering good work.

There are also a lot of great benefits such as the pension scheme, maternity/paternity pay, rewards and recognition schemes, discounts on insurance and discounts on other products.

8 October 2020

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