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Reward Management Update 2012
Date: Wednesday, 31st October and Thursday, 1st November 2012
Venue: The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), 66 Portland Place, London W1B 1AD
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After another busy year keeping tabs on everything that's interesting and new in the pay and compensation scene, we’re ready to launch our seventh two-day annual reward update.
A team of our top reward researchers make it their business to know your business. They spend hours and hours interviewing senior reward people in the UK to research and compile an accurate picture of the UK reward scene each year.
They monitor trends, track new ideas and report everything back in time for us to present a clear, concise picture of everything happening in your industry TODAY and a forecast for TOMORROW.
Join the yearly gathering of the reward profession . . .
E-reward's research and specialist expertise condensed into two days of updates, developments and hot topics. Attend our latest annual reward update and you'll learn everything we think you'll need to know to stay on top of all the latest reward developments.
WorldatWork, the Total Rewards Association, is a not-for-profit organisation providing education, conferences and research focused on global human resources issues including compensation, benefits, work-life and integrated total rewards to attract, motivate and retain a talented workforce. Founded in 1955, WorldatWork has nearly 30,000 members and professionals in more than 100 countries with training, certification, research, conferences and community. For more information visit www.worldatwork.org.
Day 1 is made up of expert analysis and case studies
On day 2 there's a choice of ten interactive sessions, divided into two streams
Hear and generate insights into latest thinking and research
Develop your understanding of crucial reward issues
Meet and network with other reward professionals
1. Subscription to e-reward research reports
As a fantastic added bonus for 2012, all delegates who book online will receive a year's subscription to the e-reward research reports completely free of charge. Our annual subscription rate is normally £255 + VAT for a single user.
2. Conference Report
Too much for you to take in at once? Don’t worry, e-reward has commissioned an independent researcher to write up the conference proceedings for you. She will summarise the key points to emerge from the presentations (excluding the case studies). This in-depth and valuable report (PDF) will be emailed to you in January 2013.
1. ARUP: How to manage reward successfully in a recession
2. MERLIN ENTERTAINMENTS: Moving from local to global recognition
The conference has been designed so that it features numerous networking opportunities, allowing you to refresh your relationships, learn from your peers and meet new contacts. We also want to encourage as much participation and interaction as possible, so we’ll leave lots of time for delegates to submit questions, debate, comment and exchange views and ideas with the speakers and interact with other delegates.
Anyone involved or interested in reward across the private and public sectors:
Reward and HR directors
Heads of reward
Reward managers and other compensation and benefits specialists
HR professionals with responsibility for reward
Day 2 comprises a series of highly-participative sessions devised by e-reward and a panel of leading experts. There’s a choice of ten breakout sessions, divided into two streams, so you will have the opportunity to attend five themed sessions:
1. Total reward or Sales incentive design
2. Share schemes or Reward communications
3. Pension auto-enrolment or IT reward
4. Benefits strategy or Executive pay
5. Reward in challenging time or TBC
Here's your chance to work with highly-acclaimed reward professionals and peers from all sectors. These highly-practical sessions are a perfect sounding board for your issues, concerns and any ideas you may have. And an easy way to build relationships whilst sharing knowledge.
We’ve chosen a panel of presenters who are renowned experts in their field to lead the ten themed sessions. Each of these sessions will last one hour to encourage greater participation by the delegates. These sessions include a presentation by the session leader of approximately 35 or 40 minutes to set the scene and scrutinise some of the challenges and changes happening today in this field of reward. That will leave ample time for discussion and debate.
This will be a day packed with practical insights into the design, implementation and communication of competitive reward practices.
What's happening in reward?: The Reward Management Update 2012
The seventh annual e-reward conference held in London on 31 October and 1 November 2012 focussed on:
managing reward in a recession
aligning pay and business performance
the need for reward professionals to act as strategists not tec...