Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Study Shows That Eye Care Low Concern for Employers
"If an employee had a traffic accident and it was found their eyesight was not good enough to drive without corrected vision, this would not be enough to raise the priority of eyecare in an organisation, according to employers questioned in a recent survey," reports the British website Workplace Law. "Specsavers Corporate Eyecare discovered that among more than 200 employers surveyed (representing up to 356,611 employees), not one employer felt that a traffic accident would instigate a change in the priority of eyecare. The study also suggested that a even if a corporate manslaughter charge was upheld against an organisation because an employee had driven with poor eyesight and caused a fatal accident, it still would not cause the company to think twice about the importance of eyecare." Read more.