Glaucoma: are your employees at risk?
Company drivers may be putting themselves, the public, and the business at risk from poor eyesight, without even being aware of an issue, according to Specsavers Corporate Eyecare.
Yet 74% have had their own eyes tested recently
Specsavers Corporate Eyecare today reveals the results of research into workplace eye care provision. The comprehensive survey was conducted among over 500 HR decision makers in both private and public businesses of all sizes across the UK.
From research among over 500 UK companies, Specsavers Corporate Eyecare reveals that comfort is the overriding requirement for safety eyewear, in addition to protection.
Hidden or symptomless conditions such as high blood pressure a concern for more than 1 in 3… a time to consider benefits with a wider wellbeing impact
New research into advantages of electronic processing. Three quarters (75%) of UK companies now administer their employee benefits online, according to new research by Specsavers Corporate Eyecare. The survey among more than 500 HR decision makers and heads of businesses investigated the administration processes and associated advantages for companies of all sizes across the country
New research from Specsavers Corporate Eyecare has found nearly half of employers are concerned that employees who drive during the course of their work may not have adequate eyesight to do so safely.
Do one thing today to help protect your employees. Only one in five adults is aware that an optician can detect signs1 of diabetes during an eye test, which is why Specsavers is raising awareness of the importance of regular eye tests this Diabetes Day (14 November).
A new spectacle range from fresh design talent is now available to Specsavers Corporate Eyecare clients.
Research by Specsavers Corporate Eyecare released today shows just 38% of employers offer eye care specifically to drivers.
A new survey from Specsavers Corporate Eyecare has shown that there is a real need for prescription safety eyewear. In a survey* of over 500 UK companies it has been revealed that, on average, a third (33.6%) of employees who require safety eyewear have a prescription requirement.