REBA/JLT New Model Reward Research 2017


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This is the third in a series of in-depth data insight reports from the Reward & Employee Benefits Association.

Why new models of reward will emerge by 2025

In this report we test the water on how economic pressures, demographic changes and new legislation is changing pay and pensions strategies.

It also looks ahead to 2021 and 2025 by asking employers today what their future reward strategies will look like. in which we take a snapshot of the current state of employee benefits provision in the UK.

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Contributors

Andrew Drake

Andrew Drake

Rewards and Benefits Consulting Director


Jeff Bakes

Jeff Bakes

Global EVP Rewards


Joanne Segars

Joanne Segars

Chief Executive


Mark Bradshaw

Mark Bradshaw

Director of Pensions, Reward & Benefits


Paul Mander

Paul Mander

Partner and Head of Employment Team


Geraint Johnes

Professor Geraint Johnes

Director of Research


Matthew Webb

Matthew Webb

VP Benefits


Sam Kirk

Sam Kirk

Reward Director


Leanne McLean

Leanne McLean

Senior General Manager Reward - UK, Ireland & Nordics


Duncan Brown

Dr Duncan Brown

Head of HR consultancy


Charles Cotton

Charles Cotton

Performance and Reward Adviser


Debi O'Donovan

Debi O'Donovan

Director



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How legislative, economic and societal changes are re-shaping employers’ pay and pensions strategies over the next 5 years, and the next 10 years

About the survey

The survey was carried out online in July 2016. Responses were received from 183 pay, reward and benefits practitioners working within a variety of employer organisations of different sizes and industry sectors.

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RESEARCH CONTENTS

Executive summary page 6 Tides of change: the shifting focus of reward

Practitioner view page 13 What reward and benefits directors say about pay and benefits

  1. Pay strategy page 15 Pressure tap: Legislation and social change
affecting how employers set pay strategies
  2. Pension strategy page 27 Thirst quenching: emphasis for workplace retirement savings is changing
  3. Reward spending page 37 Flowing in new directions: the shift from base pay to benefits
  4. Reward in 2025 page 40 Unchartered waters: the direction of pay and benefits in the next decade

Appendix 1: About the survey page 42

Appendix 2: Full list of respondents page 43

Appendix 3: Company information page 44

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About the author

Graham Brown is a specialist researcher within HR, pay and employee benefits.

He previously headed up employee benefits research at Incomes Data Services (IDS) producing surveys, insight reports, in-depth research and case studies on all aspects of total reward – including pensions, share schemes, company cars, bonus schemes and flexible benefits.

After 12 years at Thomson Reuters (IDS), Graham is now a freelance writer, researcher and editor specialising in all areas of HR, including: pay and reward, employee benefits, training and development, recruitment and employee relations.


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