Employee Benefits Connect 2016, which takes place at Lancaster London on 9 March 2016, will give attendees the opportunity to stay ahead of the curve by hearing the latest thinking on the future of reward.
During the annual event, HR, reward and benefits professionals will have the chance to share ideas and knowledge with peers.
Industry experts will provide insight into benefits approaches for the workforce of tomorrow as part of the four-stream conference programme. This will focus on the key areas of reward and benefits: employee benefits strategy; financial wellbeing; workplace health and wellbeing; global reward.
Speakers include Dr Andreas Kornelakis, lecturer in human resource management at the School of Business, Management and Economics, University of Sussex, who will discuss how employers can bring innovation into communication for a global workforce. His session will also look at the impact of regional cultures and the institutional context on reward.
Meanwhile, Adam Brooke, international benefits manager at Standard Chartered Bank, will examine the UK’s rising eldercare demands, and how organisations can offer support and advice to employees.
Delegates can also hear from British Sugar’s head of reward, Henk Verhoek, who will outline how organisations can work to build an international benefits strategy for a multi-generational workforce. And Spencer Roach, total reward manager, Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) at Cisco International, will focus on how employers can create global benefits strategies for the businesses of the future.
Delegates will also be able to discover innovative reward and benefits solutions at the exhibition, which will bring together a number of leading suppliers from across the industry.
For more information and to register to attend, visit www.employeebenefitsconnect.co.uk.