Specsavers Corporate Eyecare is enabling employers to now offer its best-selling Kylie Minogue Eyewear to fleet drivers.
With all Driver Eyecare eVouchers from Specsavers Corporate Eyecare – and also for DSE and optical care eVouchers – there is the option to use the voucher as a contribution towards higher priced and designer items, which now includes the chic Kylie range.
A stunning combination of elegance and edginess, the collection offers employees a choice of 25 different glasses and five more options for prescription sunglasses.
Kylie describes the collection as a mix of modern classics, subtle bling and reinvented vintage, drawing inspiration from different eras in a variety of shapes, colours and textures. Each frame features a striking angled temple and her iconic ‘K’ tag for a chic but understated hint of Kylie glamour.
The Driver Eyecare eVoucher entitles employees to a full eye examination and, if required, a pair of glasses from the £45 range. Alternatively, the employee may opt to use the £45 as a contribution towards other frame ranges. Each Driver Eyecare eVoucher comes with built-in Premium Club.
This entitles employees to a £20 discount on any glasses from the £99 range or above. Used in conjunction with the £45 contribution, this totals a £65 contribution and, with the Specsavers 2-for-1 offer on top, means an employee could receive two pairs of stylish Kylie glasses for just £34 of their own money.
This huge added benefit would cost the employer just £35 for the Driver Eyecare eVoucher. Those found not to require prescription glasses can select non-prescription sunglasses instead.
Jim Lythgow, director of strategic alliances at Specsavers Corporate Eyecare, said: ‘We are keen for our eVouchers to do much more than just cover the basics. In this way, employers are able to offer their staff a valued employee benefit and not just an obligatory provision.
By increasing our collection and allowing employees to use their corporate eyecare eVouchers towards other ranges and in conjunction with other offers, we feel we are giving employers the best possible value for money.
If you are providing eyecare anyway, then it makes sense to benefit from the associated morale boost that an enhanced offering can provide, especially if it is at no additional cost to the business or organisation.’