Award-winning hearing care that
works for you
Empower your employees to take control of their hearing health with in-depth hearing assessments, support from healthcare professionals, and personalised care plans that strengthen core listening and cognitive skills.
Find out how eargym’s flexible packages can provide the right support for your team.
Hearing health care is for everyone
Hearing health is badly overlooked in the workplace. We often think hearing loss is only a concern in later life, but the reality is very different.
1 in 6 people of working age have disabling levels of hearing loss. That’s 7 million people in the UK alone.
1 in 2 people aged under 35 are at risk of hearing loss due to unsafe listening and headphone use.
1 in 3 people with hearing loss aged over 50 haven’t been diagnosed and aren’t receiving the support they need.
How we can support your employees
Our flexible hearing care packages raise awareness on the importance of hearing health and help you reduce the risk for your team with the right education, advice and preventative care.
Challenge core listening and cognitive skills with evidence-backed hearing training games.
Learn more about our different care packages
The benefits for your business
Foster a supportive work culture
Have open and honest conversations about hearing health to build trust with your employees and promote an inclusive company culture.
Retain top-performing talent
Ensure your most senior employees feel supported and able to deliver their best work throughout the later stages of their careers.
Boost employee productivity
Caring for our hearing health helps to reduce listening fatigue, anxiety and stress. Minimise absenteeism and presenteeism caused by unaddressed hearing loss.
Stand out with an innovative offering
Be competitive in the hiring marketplace where employee benefits and well-being support are often more valuable than salary alone.
Why do we need to look after hearing health?
Hearing care goes beyond just hearing better. We help progressive businesses ensure their employees feel valued and supported with their health and well-being throughout long careers.
“Unaddressed hearing loss is the next corporate social responsibility (CSR) challenge for businesses. Hearing has often been overlooked in the controlled environment of office spaces but I truly believe it is an aspect of well-being that better organisations will allocate more time to in terms of both educating colleagues on hearing and encouraging support where required.”
Head of Reward & Deputy Director of HR
University of Lincoln