The high standard of entries to this year’s Employee Benefits Awards impressed our panel of judges, particularly in regards to entrants’ creativity, innovation and careful tailoring of strategies and schemes to suit their workforce demographics.
We would like to thank our highly esteemed panel of judges, many of whom are former Employee Benefits Awards’ winners, who adjudicated the Employee Benefits Awards 2013.
The independence and integrity of these coveted awards is well recognised, making winning a highly regarded achievement.
See video interview with judges below.
The Employee Benefits Awards 2013 judges are:
- Neal Blackshire, benefits and compensation manager, McDonald’s Restaurants
- Masha Boldyreva, rewards manager, European markets, Mondelez International
- Gary Brewer, head of reward and organisational development, William Grant and Sons
- Debra Corey, group compensation and benefits director, Merlin Entertainments
- Jill Cunnison, HR benefits and operations manager, Capital One
- Mel Duffield, head of research and strategic policy, National Association of Pension Funds
- Jane Earnshaw, head of reward and recognition, Asda
- Ian Hodson, reward and benefits manager, University of Lincoln
- Euan Hutchinson, EMEA rewards director, Johnson and Johnson
- Matthew Johnson, head of compensation and benefits, Adecco Group
- Ethan Kelly-Wilson, HR manager – UK and Ireland, Epson Europe
- James Kirkland, director of remuneration and pensions, Axa UK
- Janet Mckenzie, international reward, policy and global mobility manager, The Body Shop
- Jeremy Mindell, former senior reward and tax manager, Henderson Global Investors
- Donna Nind, head of compensation and benefits, CSC
- Julie Osman, director of pensions and benefits, Eli Lilly
- Jackie Palmer, senior manager, compensation and benefits, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
- Sarah Perkins, UK healthy living manager, American Express
- Louise Phillips, employee benefits leader, IBM
- Phil Rixon, pensions and benefits manager, Ladbrokes
- Janine Sparks, senior reward manager, British Airways
- Trevor Sparrow, head of international pensions and benefits, Lloyds Banking Group
- Maria Strid, head of performance and reward, HSBC
- Tim Taylor, head of group reward, Tui Travel
- Martin Todd, head of reward and policy, Grant Thornton
- Ingrid Waterfield, UK head of reward, KPMG
- Ashleigh Witcher, senior benefits administrator, Serco Group
- Carol Young, pensions manager, Heineken UK