Workplace Savings & Benefits - About Us
Workplace Savings & Benefits is Incisive Media's latest integrated publishing and event business aimed at bringing together finance, HR and benefits departments to share a common workplace savings and benefits language and vision through case studies, best practice and business benefit analysis.
The target readership is an audience of finance directors, HR directors and benefits directors.
The product comprises a monthly quality magazine, a website, an online library of whitepapers, briefings and case studies and a portfolio of in-person and online events.
A monthly magazine as well as a website wsandb.co.uk - giving the WSB audience up-to-the-minute news and analysis as well as keeping them abreast of the latest trends in the industry with in-depth features.
WSB also features a series of interviews with the HR and benefit directors of the UK's leading companies - gaining insight on the savings and benefits packages they have implemented and learning from their experiences, both good and bad.
The brand features a number of benefit guides - guides giving the audience actionable intelligence about individual benefit options along with peer and consultant reviews - giving HR and benefit directors information they can use to help implement their own benefit strategies.
In addition to this, WSB includes surveys to help our audience understand what their peers are doing; a Benefits Buzz, a monthly poll garnering opinions on some of the latest issues facing the industry; and video interviews with key industry figures.
Incisive Media is a long-established B2B global business information provider with some 750 staff located across three continents. The firm is built around our core values of integrity, independence and trusted content which forms a vital workflow tool for our clients.
We specialise in high quality content and analysis across all the markets we serve, encompassing sectors such as corporate finance, accountancy, legal, insurance and information technology.
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