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A benefit your employees expect to see

Today’s employees know what they want – and what they want (and need) is vision care. Next to health care, vision benefits are one of the most asked for and used voluntary benefits.

What was once a nice-to-have is now a must-have to not only keep employees’ eyesight sharp, but also to recruit and retain top talent. Check out these statistics. What you see might surprise you.

Desire for vision care

85% of adults want vision care coverage2

Importance of vision care

32% of people know someone who accepted a new job because of an attractive benefits package3

Profit from vision care

The average employer gains $7 for every $1 invested in vision benefits4

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Young woman using smartphone, walking outdoors, smiling.

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1 -, 2014. 
2 - Vision Watch Vision Correct Standard, 2012. 
3 - Employee Perceptions of Vision Benefits Survey. Wakefield Research or Transitions Optical, Inc., 2016. 
4 -, “Special Report: Vision and Dental Benefits — More to See, More to Chew On,” 2015. 
5 - Health Problems Eye Exams Can Detect,”, March, 2016. 
6 - Impact of Eye Exams in Identifying Chronic Conditions,” UnitedHealthcare, 2014.
7 - The Vision Council, 2012.