Employee Benefits Live 2011 conference slides

To view a presentation fromEmployee Benefits Live 2011, which was held in London on 27-28 September, please click on the link next to the sessions below. Not all speakers are able to give us permission to put their slides online. When this happens we have tried to persuade them to provide contact details instead.

K1: Opening keynote address – Download PDF of slides
Linking benefits strategy to wider people and business strategy – perspectives and vision from Google
Oli Husemeyer, EMEA lead for “Optimize Your Life”, Google
K2: Opening keynote address – Download PDF of slides
How to up the ante on benefits and keep it fresh – keeping step with changing demographics
Stephen Bevan, director, Centre for Workforce Effectiveness, The Work Foundation
A1: Tax and legislation – Download PDF of slides
Understanding the impact of tax challenges to salary sacrifice and flexible benefits
George Northall, head of employment and indirect taxes, National Grid
Shawn Healy, director – employment tax, BDO LLP
A2: Tax and legislation – Download PDF of slides
Real Time Information – The view from HMRC
Phil Nilson, customer migration team, Real Time Information Programme, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC)
Karen Thompson, associate director of policy, research, and strategic visibility, Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals (CIPP)
B1: Benefits strategy – Contact speakers directly
Driving engagement for your employee benefits programme

Alissa Davis, UK reward manager, Vodafone
Mike Ashton, senior consultant, Towers Watson
B2: Benefits strategy – Download PDF of slides
Bringing a clearer view to employee benefits: an employer perspective
Stephen Ingledew, managing director, corporate, Standard Life
Sheena Cowan, benefits manager, Standard Life
B3: Benefits strategy – Contact speakers directly
How to carry out a benefits review and tender process – how to buy and get good value for money
Jane Richards, group HR – remuneration and benefits, The Royal Bank of Scotland Group
Richard Beeby, group reward manager, Britvic Soft Drinks
C1: Total reward – Download PDF of slides
Total Reward Statements – what is their value? Using the technologies available to make them accessible, interesting and meaningful to all sections of the workforce
Jon C White, manager, leisure activities, leisure benefits, John Lewis Partnership
Neal Blackshire, benefits and compensation manager, McDonald’s Restaurants
C2: Total reward – Contact speakers directly
Increasing employee engagement through a total reward management strategy
Richard Higginson, head of reward, Towry
Nik Butcher, senior GM reward, UK Ireland and Nordic, Ceva Logistics
C3: Total reward – Contact speakers directly
Using total reward portals effectively to improve employee engagement and maximise return on investment

Adam Brooke, vice president employee benefits UK, JP Morgan.
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Richard Morgan, director of consultancy services, Vebnet
D1: Pensions – Download PDF of slides
Meeting the changing needs of your employees with an eye to Pensions Reform
Peter Glancy, head of corporate pensions proposition, Scottish Widows
Jon Bryant, benefit consulting director, JLT Benefit Solutions
D2: Pensions – Download PDF of slides
Effectively communicating DC pensions to all employees and offering financial education to increase engagement with the incoming Pensions Act
Alexandra Kitching, Pension Quality Mark manager, National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF)
Karen Bowes, HR director and head of corporate real estate, Capital One (Europe)
Richard Cowlishaw, human resources director, Courtaulds
D3: Pensions – Download PDF of slides
How pensions fit into the wider reward programme – how are companies taking the opportunity to position their pensions in a different way as a result of these changes?
Stuart Bailey, manager, national partnerships, Money Advice Service
Jo Udall, pensions manager, Telefonica Europe
E1: Pensions masterclass – Download PDF of slides
Future proofing reward: managing pension schemes online for maximum impact among staff
Angela Farmer, director, compensation and benefits EMEA, Parexel
Sarah Steel, head of business development, Bluefin Corporate Consulting
E2: Pensions masterclass – This was a panel debate, which did not use slides
Effective strategies for controlling pension costs – choosing your advisers and getting maximum performance from them thereafter

Tim Middleton, technical consultant, The Pensions Management Institute (PMI)
Penny Green, chief executive, SAUL Trustee Company and managing director, STC Pensions Management
Alan Pickering, chairman, BESTrustees
E3: Pensions masterclass – Download PDF of slides
Pension scheme de-risking – current trends in managing DB schemes
Jeremy Mindell, senior reward and tax manager, Henderson Global Investors
Rob Tansey, group HR director, Dairy Crest Group
F1: International – Download PDF of slides
Managing international rewards and benefits centrally – how much integration is possible, and advisable, given cultural and fiscal differences?
Tony Hatton-Gore, director, Rewardhr
F2: International – Contact speakers directly
International benefits in the context of smart solutions for mobile workers, expats and third country nationals

Bjorn Roine, business development manager, Generali Mobile Benefits Unit
Craig Cornwell, business development officer mobile benefits, Generali Mobile Benefits Unit

F3: International – Download PDF of slides
Adapting rewards and benefits communications and terminology to different cultures
Sean Young, director total rewards emerging markets EMEA, Johnson and Johnson  
Caroline Jowett-Ive, group vice president reward, Travelport.
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A4: Benefits strategy – Download PDF of slides
Implementing an effective benefits strategy in the light of auto-enrolment
Carol Baylis, EMEA total rewards director, Hitachi Data Systems
Jennifer Yates, development director, JLT Benefit Solutions
A5: Benefits strategy – Contact speakers directly
Building on excellence – Relaunching an already successful voluntary benefits programme for maximum impact

Glenn Elliott, managing director, Asperity Employee Benefits
Neal Blackshire, benefits and compensation manager, McDonald’s Restaurants.
A6: Benefits strategy – Download PDF of slides
Benefit and rewards strategy – idiots guide
Chris Coyne group head of reward, human resources, City and Guilds
Peter Reilly, director – HR and research consultancy, Institute for Employment Studies (IES)
B4: Engagement – Download PDF of slides
Engagement in tough financial times – talking up the value of innovative low-cost and no-cost incentives
Michael Rose, director, Rewards Consulting
Catherine Ward, group HR director, BMI Healthcare
B5: Engagement – Contact speaker directly
Using benefits and technology to drive employee engagement

Steve Watson, head of delivery, defined contribution pensions and benefits, Alexander Forbes Financial Services
B6: Engagement – Download PDF of slides
Are your Generation Y employees disenfranchised? Which elements of traditional employee engagement should you abandon and what should you adopt to motivate young, mobile talent?
Emma Blaney, group HR director, Informa
Martin Self, flexible benefits project director, BP
C4: Flexible benefits – Download PDF of slides
Using flexibility to deliver forward-thinking benefits
Martha How, principal, Aon Hewitt
Michelle Connolly, reward manager, Amey
C5: Flexible benefits – Download PDF of slides
What’s next in the flexible benefits package? Revitalising the offering to appeal to an evolving demographic
Andrea Holton, managing director HR, DHL Express UK and Ireland, DHL International (UK)
Julie Osman, director, pensions and benefits, Eli Lilly
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C6: Flexible benefits – Contact speakers directly
Future of Flexible Benefits systems and platforms – a checklist to ensure you get the best out of all available offerings

Ian McKenna, director, Financial Technology Research Centre (FTRC)
Richard Williams, director of enterprise and development, National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO)
D4: Pensions from 2012 – Download PDF of slides
The role of the national employment savings trust (Nest) in the future of the pensions market
Richard Bartlett, head of direct distribution, Nest Corporation
D5: Pensions from 2012 – Download PDF of slides
Practical strategies for managing auto-enrolment obligations – a step-by-step guide
Tamara Calvert,
partner, DLA Piper UK
Kelly Bol, HR manager – reward, Scope
D6: Pensions from 2012 – Contact speakers directly
Learn the three most crucial actions employers should take to maximise return on investment and employee engagement when auto-enrolment increases pension costs
Ethan Kelly-Wilson, project director, human resources, Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
Darren Laverty, partner, andMark Bingham, partner, Secondsight
E4: Employee wellbeing – Contact speakers directly
Integrating healthcare and wellbeing strategies – unravelling successful plans

Sarah Perkins, UK healthy living manager, American Express,
Paddy Watt, head of health and wellness for EMEA and India, Goldman Sachs.
E5: Employee wellbeing – Download PDF of slides
Managing the spiralling costs of medical inflation – ensuring that your health and wellbeing plans are effective and sustainable by quantifying their impact on your bottom line
Thomas Humphris, head office HR and UK reward director, Informa
Rosemary Lemon, group head of reward and executive remuneration, Legal and General
E6: Employee wellbeing – Download PDF of slides
Take control – self-funded health plans, a tax-efficient innovation to meet your health and wellbeing needs
Janine Sparks, reward consultant, British Airways
Chris Moore, head of major accounts, Simplyhealth
F4: Pay and reward – Contact speakers directly
How are employers changing their internal pay policy to cope with the impact of budget changes?

Ken Mulkearn, editor, IDS Pay Report,
Neil McCawley, reward and benefits manager, Wolseley,
F5: Pay and reward – Download PDF of slides
Creating the foundation for integrated reward and talent management
Carole Hathaway, strategic reward consultant, EMEA, Towers Watson
James Brett, reward coordinator, Anglo American
F6: Pay and reward – Contact speaker directly
Creating effective reward packages for higher paid employees – comparing experiences to date of working creatively within the new limits

Stephen Cahill, vice president reward panel, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)