Around 1,800 jobs are being axed at insurance giant Aviva over the next three years as part of an overhaul to save £300 million a year. The group said savings will also be made across central costs, contractor and consultant spend, reduction in project spend and in other areas. It comes as part of a revamp of the group by new chief executive Maurice Tulloch, who took on the top job in March.
The insurer also paid out after fine cracks ruined a waxwork head of Justin Bieber.
We have a range of initiatives and resources to support employees, many of which are available on our internal website for people to download and read or to chat to their colleagues about. All of our leaders attend mental health training, which comprises three hours of learning to equip them with ways of talking with their team members about these matters, and to support them when needed.
I've never been a huge fan of the butterfly effect. The idea that small changes have big effects - like the eponymous fluttering of distant butterfly wings creating the appearance of a hurricane weeks later - can, I have always felt, lead to rather pessimistic thoughts. At its worst, blaming momentous events on a butterfly lets us abrogate our responsibility to tackle big problems with the phrase - "Oh, there's nothing I can do about it".
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