Vision Insurance Is Differentiator to Millennials in Job Search


BALTIMORE—A national employee benefits provider finds that cutting vision health insurance benefits may prompt up to one-third of working Millennials to look for a new job. According to an online survey conducted by Unum of more than 1,200 people working in the U.S., 34 percent of people aged 25 to 34 consider vision insurance to be a key factor when choosing (or leaving) an employer. "As the job market gets more competitive, we find that benefits can often be a big differentiator to prospective, and even current, employees," said Amy Mann, senior vice president, Human Resources, for Versant Health, a leading national managed eye health and vision plan company. Read More.