Device Screens at Workplace: How and Who Should Take Action?

Device Screens at Workplace:  How and Who Should Take Action?

The problem with screens is easy to understand and require urgent action by those users, most likely all of them, who are affected.

Since it is the company who bought the device and who “obliges” the employee to use it at the workplace, it should be clear that it is in the interest of the company to protect its employees, as soon as possible. Otherwise, the discomfort and symptoms the screen user experiences can hinder the productivity of the overall team by reducing work accuracy, taking longer or more frequent breaks and affect the time to complete tasks. On the other hand, if the company creates a healthier and a more adequate work environment by protecting the employee from the adverse effects screen lights can cause, it is the company that will benefit from increased productivity levels and from tasks completed in a timely manner.

Conversely, we must also take into account the risks of serious damages the employee may suffer by using screens that are not protected. Although the risks can be underestimated, affected by time spent on screens, there will be a moment when an employee experiences serious vision problems such as retinal detachment, macular damage, early cataracts or glaucoma, at which time, there will be no easy solution.

Actually, it is very simple and economical (costs less than $60), to protect and reduce the risks of irreversible eye damages of an employee who works for the company, which in turn, will improve the company’s productivity and reduce all of the long-term risks.

This is the reason why the best companies are already protecting their teams with Reticare, present in more than 100 public institutions in the USA and in Europe, including three of the ten largest corporations in the world.

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