This week AIA Australia launched its #OneMoreHour initiative, aimed at combating inadequate sleep - a critical and growing health issue in Australia.
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Investing in the health and wellbeing of employees can save businesses billions of dollars every year.
As you embark on your journey to improve your health, AIA Vitality keeps you motivated with fantastic rewards.
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Taking the leap from renter to homeowner is an exciting moment. But for most of us, it means taking on a whole new level of financial commitment.
Until now, you’ve been responsible mostly for your own wellbeing. We expect parenthood to be expensive, but it’s the unexpected that can catch us out.
We’ve all dreamed of one day running a business. But being the boss doesn’t mean everything is in your control.
We’re living longer and retiring later, but what hasn’t changed is our desire to protect that which we’ve worked for.
No one plans to get sick or injured. Having the right insurance cover can help soften the impact of unexpected health issues so you can focus on your recovery and getting you back to the things you love.
While we can’t control an unexpected illness or injury, we can chose to live an active, healthy lifestyle and decrease the risk of ongoing health issues in the future.
AIA Australia, one of the country's largest life insurers, has celebrated the five-year anniversary of its world-leading health and wellbeing program, AIA Vitality, on the eve of its launch in New Zealand.
AIA Australia is disappointed that the Senate Economics Legislative Committee has today failed to defend the interests of millions of young and vulnerable Australians who would be negatively impacted by the introduction of the Government's 'Putting Members' Interests First' Bill (PMIFB), and urges the Government to carefully consider the unintended consequences of these measures.