I always had four foot fluorescent fixtures, both overhead in the room, and also up under my bench riser. Some folks see flickering with fluorescents, I don't. But they DO strobe some, I note this when working on turntables. I have a pattered disc to toss on the platter, and some tables like the Techics 1200 have it built into the edge. With a neon light, the pattern locks in when the table rotates at proper speed.
The fluorescent lights strobe enough I can see the patterns. Not as strong as under neon, but visible, so I nevr needed to get out the neon.
I use LED lights in my home fixtures, but never in my shop, which closed a couple years ago.
So, do commercial LED lights strobe at all, or do they put out rock steady light? I don't mean so you notice visually, but a moving pattern might reveal any strobing.