Disrupters 2016: The REBA New Year Lectures
2016 promises to be another year of significant change in the reward and benefits market. Good news for the importance of the profession, bad news for workloads!
To help prepare you for the year ahead we have launched The REBA New Year Lectures.
This seminal industry event is about the big issues and the disrupters coming your way in 2016 and beyond. It is also a chance to get together with the rest of the industry at the start of the year to compare notes and help each other share ideas and swap solutions.
Where and when?
4 February at The Society of Medicine,1 Wimpole St London W1
Who’s going to be there?
Over 100 reward and employee benefits directors and managers have already reserved their places. Although we have a larger venue this time please note that both our previous conferences have sold out so register now if you want to reserve a complimentary space.
What does it cost?
Places are free to qualifying reward, compensation, benefit and HR professionals representing employer organisations.
Refreshments and lunch will be provided.
Key Topics include:
- Reward roadmap for 2016
- A year of change for compensation
- 2016 activity to prepare for 2020!
- Disruptive Engagement
- The great pensions conundrum
- The 2016 Budget and salary sacrifice
- Employee health and wellness
Speakers include employer case studies, experts and academics.
So clear your diary, register now and join us for some new year thinking fuel on 4 February, we look forward to seeing you!
See you there!
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