Staff wellbeing | Why HR should consider eye health

Why HR should consider eye health

When it comes to employee wellbeing, eye health is unlikely to be the first thing that springs to mind. Yet, in this ‘digital-first’ world, many employees are spending more and more time staring at screens each day.

In fact, research has pointed towards the staggering amount of time that desk-based workers spend looking at a computer screen. 2018 research commissioned by ACUVUE found that the average office worker spent 1,700 hours per year in front of a computer screen. This equated to an average of six and a half hours per day.

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