Management Today announced as media partner17 Jul 2018
Management Today, the leading source of insights and advice for decision-makers in business, is joining the IOSH 2018 team as media partner.
Describing itself as ‘a practical guide to business success’, MT provides tips and information on the whole range of issues taxing today’s senior executives, including, says MT, the wellbeing of their workforce.
Employee wellbeing has shot up the corporate agenda, reported Management Today in June. In 2017, nearly half of UK businesses had a wellbeing strategy in place, up from just a third in 2016.
But too often, wellbeing initiatives remain largely isolated from other business-critical HR strategies and processes, such as performance management, recruitment and talent development. “They also tend to be imposed in a top-down, parental way,” reported MT. “There are still too few attempts to encourage employees to take personal ownership – at precisely the moment when workers are crying out for greater control over their experience of work.”
Business leaders have been joining safety and health specialists at IOSH’s conference each year to get latest updates and fresh insights to ensure they have a fit, healthy and productive workforce.
MT's head of content, Kate Bassett, said: “If senior executives are serious about the financial health of their business, then they need to get serious about the health of their staff. We've teamed up with IOSH 2018 to help companies shape a safer, healthier, better world of work.”
IOSH 2018 is celebrating the partnership with Management Today by giving MT readers a 10% discount on their conference pass.
Management Today, official media partner of IOSH 2018
Management Today is the most comprehensive, stimulating and engaging source of no-nonsense management, business insight and advice available anywhere. With the widest reach and network among Britain’s top executives and decision-makers, MT is a practical guide to business success and keeps a beady eye on the ups and downs in the FTSE and big business, while focusing also on the issues that most challenge and inspire Britain’s leaders.