Where speakers have given approval, we have uploaded the slides for the keynote and conference sessions at Employee Benefits Connect 2016, which took place on 9 March at the Lancaster London.
Thank you very much to all of the speakers for sharing their ideas, experiences and insights.
K1: The evolution of our workforce and the implications for employee benefits
Nigel Jeremy, chief learning officer at British Airways
K2: What is the digital future of the workplace and how different will it be?
Perry Timms, director of people and learning at Medio Zoo, adviser to the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development on social media, and founder of People and Transformational HR
Financial wellbeing conference stream:
A1: Educating your workforce from hire to retire
Jeanette Makings, head of financial education at Close Brothers, and Alan Becken, UK retirement and leavers policy lead at Shell
A2: Using auto-re-enrolment to future proof pensions provision
Sarah Woodfield, senior policy advisor at the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA), presented by Amy Hennessy, policy adviser at the PLSA
A3: Could your benefits package be harming your employees’ financial wellbeing?
Darren Laverty, partner at Secondsight
A4: The past, the present and future of master trusts in DC pension provision
Fiona Matthews, managing director, Lifesight, and Richard Veal, line of business leader (UK), reward, talent, communication and change management at Willis Towers Watson
Employee benefits strategy conference stream:
B1: Mind the engagement gap – are reward and benefits relevant to engagement?
Matt Macri-Waller, founder and chief executive officer at Benefex
Slides available upon request.
B2: Salary sacrifice for cars – evolving solutions and the truth about the risk
Claire Evans, head of fleet consultancy at Zenith, and Sophie Martin, category specialist, supply chain management at NATS
B3: Using data analytics to future proof your employee benefits
Dr Eric Tyree, chief data scientist at Capita Employee Benefits, and Nigel Hopkins, resource director at the Confederation of British Industry (CBI)
B4: Reward strategies – technology to capture the imagination of your talent pool
Joanna Bean, head of reward, human resources, at Samsung UK and Ireland
Global reward conference stream:
C1: Bringing innovation into reward strategies and communicating with an international workforce
Dr Andreas Kornelakis, senior lecturer at Kings College London
C2: Building an international benefits strategy for a multi-generational workforce
Julia Hanna, director at Verditer Consulting
C3: Using technology to manage employees’ health and wealth in the global eco system
Tobin Murphy-coles, commercial director at Aon, and Matthew Lawrence, head of health and risk propositions at Aon
C4: Building a global benefits strategy for the business of the future
Spencer Roach, total reward manager EMEA at Cisco International
Workplace wellbeing conference stream:
D1: Eldercare – changing how we develop the benefits offering
Adam Brooke, international benefits manager at Standard Chartered Bank
D2: Stepping up the corporate fight against cancer
Phil Austin, managing director at Cigna UK Healthcare Benefits, and Dr Pixie McKenna
Slides available upon request.
D3: Will employers be able to overcome the stigma of mental ill-health at work?
Adrian Wakeling, senior policy analyst, strategy unit at ACAS
D4: Taking measures to protect businesses from sickness absence costs of the future – the benefits of early intervention
Beth Rose Husted, vocational rehabilitation services manager at Unum UK