One size fits all sometimes means too small
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One size fits all sometimes means too small
Don't be fooled by these vision benefit myths
Two little boys laughing and joking.
April Fool’s Day is usually reserved for pranks and trickery. We love to have a little good, clean fun too, but we’re going for the reverse and dispelling a few vision benefit myths. After all, vision benefits have changed, and outdated beliefs could be standing in the way of employees seeing better, living healthier lives and taking the best possible care of their dependents.
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CATEGORY: HR Benefits
WRITTEN BY: Chad Prittie
Still considering adding vision benefits for next year, but not sure what questions to ask? We've got you covered.
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If you’re still thinking about adding vision benefits for next year, you’re taking a step in the right direction, because vision benefits can have a positive effect on overall employee health and wellness, job satisfaction and productivity. We’ve put together a few key things to compare and questions you could ask to make a well-informed decision.
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CATEGORY: Expert Advice
WRITTEN BY: Chad Prittie
Better Hearing Month: The sweet sights and sounds of life go hand-in-hand
Woman listening to digital device with her earbuds.
May is observed as "Better Hearing Month" by the American Academy of Audiology, so it's a good time to learn about the connection between better hearing and vision. A combination of vision and hearing benefits can empower employees to live healthier lives and be more engaged and productive in the workplace.
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CATEGORY: Health & Wellness
WRITTEN BY: Chad Prittie
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One size fits all sometimes means too small
One size fits all sometimes means too small