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One size fits all sometimes means too small
Progressive lenses and the 4 million millennial march toward them: What to know about this popular option in vision benefits
Millennial-aged man and woman with glasses looking at a computer together.
Nearly 4 million millennials are about to give the word “progressive” a new meaning, and it's all about how their employers' vision benefits will be there for them as they mature.Yet, many people are unclear about what progressives are, how they work, the emerging technologies that improve their function and how the progressive lens benefit works.
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CATEGORY: Expert Advice
WRITTEN BY: Lance Dirr
A mom's gift to you: Reminders on eye-safe toys and gifts
Little girl with eyeglasses reading a book while holding her teddy bear.
You don’t have to work in the vision benefits industry as I do to know kids’ eye health and safety is nothing to play around with at the holidays—or ever. In observance of Safe Toys and Gifts Month, here are recommendations for making the most of holiday gift-giving without sacrificing kids' clear and healthy vision.
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CATEGORY: Expert Advice
WRITTEN BY: Jessica Connor
Survey says: several factors can motivate employees to enroll in vision benefits
Mother and daughter talking with the eye doctor.
I'm always happy to remind the clients and brokers we work with that eye exams are a simple, non-invasive way to aid in early detection and treatment of many serious and costly health conditions. But before vision care can make a difference, employees have to actually enroll in the vision care benefit. So what might motivate employees to enroll in and be happy with their vision benefit? Here's what one survey found.
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CATEGORY: Expert Advice
WRITTEN BY: Natasha D'sa
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One size fits all sometimes means too small
One size fits all sometimes means too small