Getting it right for hearing
Getting it right for hearing

Fears of discrimination adds to workplace woes

29/08/2016

The workplace is not an easy place to be when you have hearing loss. Noisy offices, poor acoustics, meeting rooms without microphones or hearing loops, poor sound quality on voice calls, and colleagues who don't speak clearly ...  These issues and more are impacting on well-being and productivity in workplaces. Now a survey by…

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Hearing in the workplace – experiences of office employees

02/03/2016

Well-being and productivity of office-based staff is being negatively affected by a range of hidden issues connected with the way that people hear. These are the findings of a comprehensive survey carried out by Ideas for Ears in collaboration with NHS Forth Valley Healthy Working Lives. The findings have implications for…

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Review places you visit

10/11/2015

Help us gather data on issues connected with listening, hearing, communication and sound in public places. Our 'Getting It Right For Hearing' project is underway. We're interested in the experiences people have in any public place, e.g cafes, restaurants, shops, community centres, health clinics and travel centres. JOIN IN:  Whether…

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