Who are REBA members?

  • Reward directors
  • Employee benefits managers
  • Global reward managers
  • Global benefits directors
  • HR directors
  • HR managers
  • Total reward managers
  • Reward advisers
  • Employee benefits officers
  • Head of employee benefits
  • EMEA reward managers
  • HR officers (benefits)
 
 

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REBA, the Reward & Employee Benefits Association, is the new community group for employers which offer reward and benefits to their staff as part of a wider HR strategy to engage talent and drive success.

Join us by signing up for our weekly email, REBA Express, in which we will share ideas, insight and intelligence to help you save time, money and effort.

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Why joining REBA helps reward and employee benefits professionals

Demonstrate professionalism
Benchmark & compare
Be part of the community
Save time, money & effort
Pursue best practice
Build your network
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Thank you to our Associate Members:

Aon Employee Benefits
AXA PPP healthcare
Barnett Waddingham
Benefex
BUPA
Capita
Close Brothers
Edenred
Fleetworx
Generali
Healix
Health Shield
HSF Health Plan
Hymans Robertson
JLT
LCP
Legal & General
Lifeworks
Lorica
Mattioli Woods
Mazars
Mercer
MetLife
Neyber
Personal Group
Punter Southall Group
PwC
Red Letter Days
Reward Gateway
Scottish Widows
Simplyhealth
Sodexo
Staffcare
Sutton Winson
Thomsons Online Benefits
Tusker
Unum
Willis Towers Watson
Xerox
Xexec
YBS Share Plans

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REBA Commerce

Commercial Services

REBA offers suppliers who service this market a range of commercial services.

We offer associate membership on annual basis.

We also offer a bespoke content consultancy for suppliers wishing to engage with the reward and employee benefits community.

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REBA research and reports

REBA has launched its research arm using rich data and deep insight.

You can download free copies of the 40-page indepth benchmarking report Benefits Shifts 2016 which analyses the evolving reward environment, as well as employers' shifting priorities, and the Employee Wellness Research 2016 captures the enormous sea change in corporate attitudes to employee wellness.

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