What makes a 'caring company'? We ask the experts

Engagement has returned as a fashionable topic, but how much does being a caring company truly affect the bottom line? MT and Unum brought together some industry experts to find out.

Last Updated: 08 Sep 2014

How does being a ‘caring company’ impact the bottom line? And what are the most effective methods of engaging and retaining employees? Just some of the questions we put to a panel of experts.

Find out what they say

View more interviews at the MT Healthy Business hub page, brought to you in association with Unum. And have your say by joining our online debate, September 19th – tweet us in advance your questions about how to run a healthy business, using the hashtag #healthybiz or email us at managementtoday@haymarket.com

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