Employee Benefits Live 2013 speaker slides

Where speakers have given approval, we have uploaded the slides for sessions at Employee Benefits Live 2013.


Day 1 slides for 25 September 2013


KNI – Managing change under pressure
Baroness Eliza Manningham-Buller DCB, former director general MI5


KN2 – 60 tips in 60 minutes from Employee Benefits Awards winners

Debra Corey, group compensation and benefits director, Merlin Entertainments
Richard Murray, group pensions manager, FirstGroup
Mike Hazlegrave, reward manager, Asda Stores
Debi Povey, head of reward, bwin.party
Anna Tomlinson, head of HR publishing, Random House Group
Jillian Cunnison, HR benefits and operations manager, Capital One
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Elaine Nisbet, employee and learning resources director, City Health Care Partnership CIC
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CS1 – Motivating yourself and those around you

Rob Forkan, founder, Gandy’s Flip Flops
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Stream A: Workplace Savings and Pensions

A1 – Saving beyond pensions in the workplace – will it ever happen?
Tina Harris, head of employer research, Employee Benefits and The Platforum
Kevin O’Boyle, head of pensions, BT
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A2 – Save early, save more and save ahead
Mel Duffield, head of strategic research and policy, National Association of Pension Funds
Frances Corbett, educational development manager, National Association of Pension Funds
John Renz, director of HR, Novae Group
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A3 – Panel debate: Why must you help employees to retire?
Chair: Simon Chinnery, chairman, DC Investment Forum
Stephen Bowles, representative, DC Investment Forum
George Emmerson, representative, DC Investment Forum
Martin Flavell, vice president human resources, Finmeccanica


Stream B: Auto-enrolment for SMEs

B1 – It’s never too early to start planning for auto-enrolment
Sarah Minter, reward manager, Barbon Insurance
Neal Blackshire, benefits and compensation manager, McDonald’s Restaurants
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B2 – Auto-enrolment: Lessons learned and top tips for those yet to stage
Tobin Murphy-Coles, commercial director, Lorica Employee Benefits
Clare Abrahams, head of auto-enrolment, Lorica Employee Benefits
Vicki Tracey, senior benefits specialist – UK, Pall Europe
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B3 – How to achieve auto-enrolment with a small budget
Kim Brosnan, director of talent, Which?
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Lawrence Cramer, head of HR, YHA
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Stream C: Benefits Strategy

C1 – Talking about my generation – The impact of multiple generations on benefits strategy
Katharine Photiou, head of workplace savings, Barclays
Paul Redmond, head of careers and employability, University of Liverpool
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C2 – Attracting, motivating and retaining top talent through strategic reward – a new perspective
Simon Nash, HR director, Carey Olsen
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C3 – Impact of pensions on workplace planning – the need to reinvigorate the savings proposition
Cathy Twamley, policy adviser, Department for Work and Pensions
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Charlotte Jackson, head of information and guidance, The Pensions Advisory Service (TPAS)


Stream D: Global reward

D1 – Policy in Practice: Long Term Assignments
Myrianthe Ewington, chapter and member services manager, The Forum for Expatriate Management

D2 – Is it possible to have an easily administered, homogeneous, global recognition programme?
Ian Wright, director – compensation and benefits, The Attachmate Group

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D3 – Aligning international benefit policy with corporate objectives
Trevor Sparrow, former head of international pensions and benefits, Lloyds Banking Group
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Stream E: Communication

E1 – Benefits engagement at RSA: Because everybody’s different
Neil Strong, strategic consultant, Shilling
Ed Airey, UK reward manager, RSA Insurance Group

E2 – Total reward and the employer value proposition
Karen Gaynor, head of compensation and benefits – UK and NW Europe, Siemens
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E3 – Communicating to a diverse audience – Genba-ism or Millenial Way?
Nik Butcher, total reward manager, EMEA, Kao Group
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Samantha Gee, senior consultant, Innecto Reward Consulting
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Stream F: Tax-efficient benefits strategy

F1 – BYOD the consumerisation of IT – where benefits clash with information and communication technology strategy
John Laity, bring your own device (BYOD) consultant, Clarkwood Enterprise
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Ken Hood, IT director, Colt Technology Services Group
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F2 – Salary sacrifice car schemes – the pros and cons
Claudia Rose, sales director, Zenith
Jonathan Smith, relationship director, Zenith

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F3 – Salary sacrifice: opportunities, new trends and changes
Susan Ball, partner – employment tax and advisory services, Crowe Clark Whitehill
Ian Hodson, reward and benefits manager, University of Lincoln
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Day 2 slides for 26 September 2013


KN3 – Engagement: It’s not what you say, it’s what you do

Brian Newman, vice president of human resources, Live Nation International

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Stream A: Benefits Strategy

A4 – What’s next for voluntary benefits? The intersection of voluntary benefits and recognition
Kevin McCoy, managing director, Next Jump
Carole Daley, benefits and reward manager, William Hill

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A5 – Doing more with less – structuring an effective reward package in difficult economic times
Sally Purbrick, head of reward, Anglian Water

Clive Wright, director, Hyperion HR and visiting professor, London Metropoliton faculty of business and law

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A6 – Proving ROI on your reward and benefits spend in the current economic climate
Jenny Davidson, former director of compensation and benefits EMEA, CSC
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Stream B: Pensions Strategy

B4 – Auto-enrolment – we’ve done that
Kerry Shiels, pensions policy manager, BT
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B5 – The UK pensions landscape: A spotlight on DC pension strategy
Debbie Falvey, DC proposition leader, Aon Hewitt

B6 – Quality DC schemes and supporting employers through the auto-enrolment process
Andrew Warwick-Thompson, executive director for defined contribution, governance and administration, The Pensions Regulator
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Stream C: Compensation

C4 – Measuring the effectiveness of reward practices: challenges and solutions
Peter Reilly, director, HR research and consultancy, Institute for Employment Studies
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C5 – How to structure the remuneration package back to basics – measuring and paying for performance
Sylvia Doyle, director, Reward First
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C6 – Salary branding and benchmarking: latest trends and tools
Colin Miller, reward manager, Kent County Council
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Rosemary Lemon, group head of reward and executive remuneration, Legal & General
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Stream D: Benefits as an HR Tool

D4 – HR’s role in employee engagement and motivation
Raffaela Goodby, head of OD, engagement and wellbeing, Birmingham City Council

Sarah Whitchurch, reward and recognition specialist, Transport for London

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D5 – The role of benefits in HR strategy
Steve Moore, human resources manager, Hymans Robertson
Robert Hicks, HR director, Exponential-e
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D6 – Auto-enrolment for SMEs – what HR needs to know
Jon Bryant, director, JLT Employee Benefits


Stream E: Healthcare and Wellbeing

E4 – Beyond health benefits – moving from a collection of services to a sustainable healthcare strategy
Chris Jessop, managing director, health services, UK and Europe, Axa PPP Healthcare
Debbie Clarkson, associated director of health and safety, Arup
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E5 – How to develop a low-cost effective wellbeing strategy
Dr David Batman, research director, Foundation for Chronic Disease Prevention in the Workplace
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Theresa Dent-Gater, organisational health co-ordinator, Croydon Council
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E6 – Maintaining mental health and resilience during change and uncertainty
Steve Exall, employee relations manager, BT
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Bela Gor, legal director, Business Disability Forum
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Stream F: Flexible Benefits

F4 – First steps to flex – a beginner’s guide
Rosemary Crabb, senior manager flexible benefits, Nationwide Building Society

F5 – What’s happening in flex – the same but different
Johanna Lennon, communication consultant, Aon Hewitt
Martha How, flex principal, Aon Hewitt
Caroline Keen, reward and benefits manager, Herbert Smith Freehills

F6 – The role of flex technology in employee benefit management
Kerrie Rowland, senior manager – European pensions and benefits, GE
Carol Baylis, total rewards director – EMEA, Hitachi Data Systems
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