Join the REBA community today
Professional Membership of the Reward & Employee Benefits Association is currently free for all qualifying reward and employee benefits practitioners.
Professional Membership benefits include research, events, networking and government lobbying on your behalf.
Professional Members also have access to rebaLINK, our brand new networking and due diligence platform where you will be able to share industry intelligence with 1500 of your peers.Join REBA today
Who are REBA Professional 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)
Join our community of reward and benefits professionals
REBA, the Reward & Employee Benefits Association, is the 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 today! By signing up for our Professional Membership, you will receive a regular email alert in which we will share ideas, insight and intelligence to help you save time, money and effort.
Also, as a Professional Member you will have access to rebaLINK, our brand new networking and due diligence platform where you will be able to share industry intelligence with 1500 of your peers.Join REBA today
Why joining REBA helps reward and employee benefits professionals
Thank you to our Associate Members:
REBA offers suppliers who service this market a range of commercial services.
We offer Associate Membership on an annual basis.
We also offer a bespoke content consultancy for suppliers wishing to engage with the reward and employee benefits community.
Complete the REBA pensions & financial wellbeing survey
REBA currently is currently conducting a survey looking at pensions and financial wellbeing, with a COVID-19 slant.
If you’re an employer please can you fill in – the wider range of employers we get to answer what’s happening with pensions and financial education in their workforces the more useful that report will be.