The Latvian airline airBaltic announces a new and significantly improved health and accident insurance plan, as well as a wide range of well-being benefits, based on the choice of the company’s employees. In addition to insurance package, a partnership with the largest wellness marketplace in the Baltics – Stebby – has been established, thus connecting employees with the best healthcare and wellness providers in their area to easily find and book appointments for services needed.
Alīna Aronberga, Senior Vice President Human Resources at airBaltic: “At airBaltic we care for our employees. As health and well-being are of utmost importance, we are excited to offer a range of benefits that are tailored to one’s specific needs. That way we empower our team members to take control of their healthcare and wellness, which are the basics of a happy and productive individual. In cooperation with the unique service of Stebby, we are committed to providing the best possible benefits for our team.”
airBaltic’s offer of various insurance packages provides comprehensive coverage for numerous healthcare treatments, including dental and vision care. Moreover, by using Stebby, employees can choose from a range of well-being benefits that are tailored to their individual needs. Whether it is yoga, fitness classes, mental health counseling, massages, or nutrition coaching – a variety of services, designed to promote physical and mental health and maintain a healthy work-life balance all around Europe, can be enjoyed.
Kęstutis Mackelis, CEO at Stebby: “Turbulent changes in recent years have impacted people’s overall well-being, including physical and mental health. According to various studies, employees increasingly expect their employers to incorporate wellness into their workplace strategy. With stress and burnout at work reaching record highs, it is elating to see airBaltic being the role model in employee wellbeing. Furthermore, the company is prioritizing and proactively investing in the very varied needs of their global workforce. The whole Stebby team is excited and ready to be the wellness partner of airBaltic employees.”
Stebby gives a helping hand to explore all the wellness options available on the market. Find a nearby sports club, physiotherapist, sports event, new adventure or relaxing treatment on your work trip – you choose the service, and Stebby helps to take care of the rest from buying the ticket until giving feedback to the service used.
Stebby offers over 150 000 wellness enthusiasts, 2 000 health service providers and 7 000 wellness services. For more information, please, visit https://stebby.eu/.
airBaltic provides flights to more than 70 destinations from Riga, Tallinn, Vilnius and Tampere, offering connections to a wide range of destinations in the airline’s route network in Europe, Scandinavia, the CIS and the Middle East. A complete schedule of airBaltic flights and tickets are available on the company’s homepage at www.airbaltic.com.