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Are you talking about vision benefits when reviewing your client’s overall health package? It may be an afterthought, but a vision benefit is a valuable asset to include in your benefit plan. Here are five ways to get the conversation going with your clients.

1. Employees want it! According to the 2016 Annual Employee Perceptions of Vision Benefits survey conducted by Wakefield Research on behalf of Transitions Optical, eight in 10 people chose to enroll in employer-sponsored vision plans. The survey also found that it’s the only benefit to experience a year-over-year increase in enrollment.

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