Corporate Flu Jab Service
We're still offering our pharmacy services in our stores. Find out about the changes we’ve made to help keep you safe at your appointments by visiting our safe appointments page.
The benefits of using our service
- Access the service at over 2,000 Boots pharmacies nationwide
- Simple online ordering and appointment booking with increased availability this season
- Hassle-free e-vouchers delivered by email or text message
- Helps reduce flu-related employee absence
- Flexibility for appointments around colleagues’ own schedules
What is seasonal flu?
Seasonal flu is a viral illness spread by coughs and sneezes. You can catch it all year round but it's more common in winter, which is why it's known as seasonal flu. It’s very contagious and can affect a large number of working adults of all ages.
How we can help you protect your employees against flu?
The average employee missed 5.8 days of work in 2019.* Minor illness, including flu, is often the most common cause of short-term absence for the majority of organisations.**
There may be an increase in flu cases this autumn due to the lack of exposure to the flu virus last winter driven by reduced social interaction. Therefore, it is important to receive a flu jab.
Offering flu vaccinations is a simple and cost-effective way to help keep your employees healthy and cut down on absence. We can protect your workforce against flu from as little as £9 per person.***.
Use our simple online system
Our online system makes it easy for you to order and distribute e-vouchers, while controlling your expenditure.
How it works
Pricing structure – limited time only
- 1 - 9 vouchers: £14.99 per person
- 10 - 300 vouchers: was £11 now £10.50 per person
- 301 - 999 vouchers: was £10 now £9.50 per person
- 1000+ vouchers: was £9 now £8.50 per person
EVEN MORE CARE FOR YOUR EMPLOYEES
*2020 had lower levels of flu absence due to social distancing and the wearing of face coverings.
**CIPD UK March 2020.
***When purchasing 1000 vouchers or more.
†Subject to store opening times, stock, vaccinator availability and patient eligibility. Vaccinations are administered by specially trained vaccinators who could be a pharmacist or a registered technician.