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Specsavers expands corporate customer support

Specsavers Corporate Eyecare has announced the expansion of its customer support team by 25%.

Gemma Wynne and Phil Mobley have been promoted from within Specsavers to become corporate customer service advisers.

In their new role, they will offer support for corporate clients. They will be able to advise on the different eyecare solutions and voucher schemes available to employers and assist them in ensuring all their health and safety responsibilities are met in terms of VDU eyecare, protective safety eyewear, driver eyecare and more.

The team expansion will allow for the continued high-level support of existing clients, and the provision of information and guidance for employers looking to implement a new eyecare policy or update an existing one.

Paul Askew, customer service and telemarketing manager for Specsavers Corporate Eyecare, said: “Specsavers Corporate Eyecare aims to help employers find the most cost-effective and time-efficient way to meet the eyecare needs of their employees.

“The regulations covering obligatory eyecare are numerous and complex but we have a simple voucher system to cover each requirement and employers often just need a little further information to help them find the best option.

“With the addition of Gemma and Phil to the team, we are able to offer our corporate clients more support than ever before.”
 


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