Webinar: Rethinking communication and benefits to reshape workforce culture
Employers need to prepare for both a short-term shift in working as the UK unlocks again, as well as capitalise on longer-term trends that are reshaping workforce cultures. In our latest webinar our panellists explored the emerging new workforce cultures, and what they mean for communication frameworks as well as new reward and employee benefits practices.
Leading employers have already been addressing rising forces such as automation, inclusion and the environment in recent years that are remoulding workforce practices. How employers communicate and offer reward and benefits to support and address these shifts can help or hinder important practices such as connectedness, agility, choice and flexibility.
Chaired by REBA's co-founder and director, Debi O'Donovan, the panel includes:
- Dr Richard Caddis, director of health, safety & wellbeing and chief medical officer, BT Group
- Matt Frost, organisational wellbeing director, Gallagher
- Oonagh McKinley, director compensation and benefits, Oracle.
This webinar is brought to you with strategic partner, Gallagher.
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