Research shows that after health and dental coverage, the next most‐valued employee benefit is vision care.
Yet only 5% of businesses offer vision coverage of any kind, employer paid or voluntary.
Some medical plans do cover routine eye exams. So a vision plan that offers coverage for both frames/lenses and exams might be redundant.
How about a “materials only” plan that only covers frames and lenses? That would address the needs of your employees who wear glasses and contacts. And save money, too.
How many on your team could benefit from a vision plan?