Vision Problems Causing Frequent Breaks in Employee Productivity According to Transitions Research

ORLANDO, Jan. 28, 2014 – The substantial majority of employees are regularly affected by at least one visual disturbance at work that could diminish their performance, with most taking multiple breaks during the day to rest their eyes, according to new research sponsored by Transitions Optical, Inc. The company’s annual Employee Perceptions of Vision Benefits survey conducted in the United States reveals that 79 percent of employees say they encounter at least one visual disturbance that bothers their eyes at work, and more than half (53 percent) admit they take at least one break daily to rest their eyes because they hurt or feel uncomfortable.

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