Watch Professor Sneh Khemka, CEO at Simplyhealth, in conversation with REBA's content director, Maggie Williams, about the future of employee wellbeing, how it is adapting its products and services, and what it is doing to support its own employees
Huge shifts are taking place in business practices, products and services as organisations work to become more sustainable, as Nick McMenemy, UK & Ireland consulting leader at Mercer Marsh Benefits explores.
Speaking at REBA’s recent webinar on financial wellbeing and helping employees meet their financial aspirations, Fiserv’s director of compensation and benefits EMEA Daniel Waller said there is “push and pull” when it comes to financial wellbeing
Social mobility is an issue that regularly hits the headlines, with criticism of the government’s recently published ‘Levelling up’ plans highlighting just how much more needs to be done to improve the opportunities of those from the UK’s most deprived backgrounds. Employers undoubtedly have a role to play to ensure that individuals are given equal opportunities.
REBA's Debi O'Donovan talks to Nicola Wells, global reward director at Unilever, about changing organisational structures to accommodate agile working and virtual global teams. They also discuss the reward, benefits and wellbeing challenges associated with future workforce models.
REBA's annual Employee Wellbeing Research consistently shows that employers struggle with data when it comes to wellbeing, yet at the same time they are being told that they need data to put together an effective employee wellbeing strategy.
Laura Hocking, EMEA physical wellbeing programme manager at Adobe, speaks with REBA’s director Debi O’Donovan, about its journey to better support those experiencing menopause and why it is so important to the organisation.
How we work, where we work and even what we do when working is changing for huge numbers of employees. But we know that human beings find behaviour change hard. So these sweeping changes taking place within workforces is going to be having an impact on employee wellbeing.
Digitalisation and technology are making far-reaching changes to business processes and skills needs. As a result, the key talent that organisations require is also shifting rapidly and reward strategies have to keep pace.
Niamh Graham, SVP of global human experience at Workhuman, speaks with Debi O'Donovan, co-founder and director at REBA, about how to use recognition tools and data as a key part of a diversity and inclusion (D&I) strategy.