REBA Employee Wellbeing Awards 2020

Celebrating employers with the best wellbeing benefits

05/03/2020 14:00 - 22:00 Ham Yard Hotel @ 1 Ham Yard, Soho, London W1D 7DT
2020-03-05 14:00:002020-03-05 22:00:00Europe/LondonREBA Employee Wellbeing Awards 2020Gain industry recognition and have the opportunity to celebrate the work that you’re doing with your reward, benefits and insurances to deliver a healthier workplace.Join fellow reward and benefits professionals at our exclusive afternoon of networking and peer-to-peer workshops to discuss best practice, real-world experiences, and key solutions.Demonstrate to your workforce and potential recruits that your organisation cares about the physical, mental, financial and social wellbeing of employees.Have the opportunity to be invited to speak in front of 400+ leaders at The Employee Wellbeing Congress and be published in our sought-after Employee Wellbeing Research Report.Ham Yard Hotel @ 1 Ham Yard, Soho, London W1D 7DTREBAadmin@reba.global

REBA Employee Wellbeing Awards 2020

The deadline for 2020 entries has now passed and we thank everyone that entered. Finalists will be notified via email during December 2019 and invited to the afternoon workshop sessions and evening celebration which are being held on 5 March 2020.

If you are interested in entering the 2021 awards please register your interest.

These independent awards give you the opportunity to gain industry recognition for delivering excellence, celebrate the strategies that you have put in place to help individuals thrive, and come together with fellow reward and benefits professionals leading the way in employee wellbeing.


Why enter?

  • Gain industry recognition and have the opportunity to celebrate the work that you’re doing with your reward, benefits and insurances to deliver a healthier workplace.
  • Join fellow reward and benefits professionals at our exclusive afternoon of networking and peer-to-peer workshops to discuss best practice, real-world experiences, and key solutions.
  • Demonstrate to your workforce and potential recruits that your organisation cares about the physical, mental, financial and social wellbeing of employees.
  • Have the opportunity to be invited to speak in front of 400+ leaders at The Employee Wellbeing Congress and be published in our sought-after Employee Wellbeing Research Report.


Expert independent judges

Shefali Gera

EMEA Head of Wellness


Louise Aston

Louise Aston

Wellbeing Director


Nicola Wells

Global Reward Director


Sandra Perlaki

UK HR Policy & Benefits Manager


Kate Whelan

Global Reward Director


Dr. Shaun Davis

Global Director of Safety, Health, Wellbeing & Sustainability


Ian Hodson

Head of Reward


Emma Mamo

Head of Workplace Wellbeing


Gareth Whalley

Gareth Whalley

Global Director, Diversity & Inclusion


Sarah Bissell

HR Director


Susan Gee

Group Occupational Health And Wellbeing Manager


Tracey Newton

Director of People Performance


Sheila Champion-Smeeth

Sheila Champion-Smeeth

Total Rewards Leader - Europe, Middle East, Africa, Russia


Judith Grant

Director of Health and Wellbeing


Thomas Hiles

Group Benefits Manager, UK


Debbie Fennell

Compensation and Benefits Specialist


Jenny Davidson

Director of People Propositions/Reward


Dani Brackpool

Senior Benefits Manager – Group


Deborah Astles

HR Director, Policy and Corporate Responsibility


Mirka Slater Expedia

Mirka Slater

Benefits Manager


Philip Hutchinson

Philip Hutchinson

Senior Manager Total Rewards


Sally Wilson

Research Fellow


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We hand-pick the expert, independent judging panel based on the inspirational initiatives their organisations have championed. Many are previous winners too which means they have personal experience of the entry process and are true advocates of these important awards.

In past years they have included representatives from trusted organisations such as:


Join the list of winners!

This year, we welcomed the BBC’s Kate Silverton to the BAFTA stage to award the following reward and benefits professionals for their incredible contributions to delivering exemplary employee wellbeing strategies.

Dr Shaun Davis, global director of safety, health, wellbeing and sustainability, Royal Mail Group (winner of Vanguard Award) and Antόnio Horta-Osόrio CEO, Lloyds Banking Group (winner of Visionary Award):

“Fantastic event - both the conference part and the awards ceremony” - Peter Smith, Future Planning Manager at Yorkshire Building Society. Winner of the Financial Award and Mental Wellbeing (fewer than 5,000 employees) Award.


 “I’m most proud that we’ve made a difference and really seen success for everything we’ve put our hearts and souls into.” Debbie Fennell, Employee Benefits & Reward Specialist at Carlsberg UK. Winner of Newcomer (Private Sector) Award.


“This award is really very meaningful and a great result for the team” - Alison Main-Lavergne, International Benefits Leader at Wells Fargo. Winner of the Global Award.


Categories

These awards recognise employers who have made best use of their employee benefits as part of a successful approach to improving staff wellbeing and the culture of their organisation. The entry deadline has now passed - all categories closed.

 

Best Total Wellbeing Strategy 

This top-level award celebrates employers that take a joined-up approach to employee benefits across physical, mental, financial and social wellbeing, have improved their wellbeing related employee benefits, demonstrate excellence across the board and have embedded health and wellbeing into their overall business strategy.

Most Effective Development to a Wellbeing Strategy 

The Most Effective Development to a Wellbeing Strategy award celebrates employers that have gone beyond the first steps on their health and wellbeing journey. You will have existing wellbeing initiatives in place that are at least two to three years old and will now be building on your previous experiences to evolve and deliver your approach to employee health and wellbeing across your employee benefits and reward strategy, HR objectives and the business.

Best New Wellbeing Strategy  

The Best New Wellbeing Strategy award recognises businesses that have successfully implemented the first phase(s) of a wellbeing strategy within the last two years. Tell us what you did, why you decided to launch a health or wellbeing strategy from an employee benefits, HR or business perspective, how you decided what initiatives to start with, and how you went about implementing them. 

Best Global or International Wellbeing Strategy   

This award will celebrate employers running successful health benefits, insurance or wellbeing strategies internationally or globally. 

Best Innovation in Wellbeing Award  

The winner(s) of this award will be able to demonstrate how they have successfully implemented inspirational fresh thinking, new, creative ideas, imaginative tactics or strategies that will inspire the wider employee health and wellbeing community. 

Best Leadership and Culture in Wellbeing    

This award celebrates employers that see employee health and wellbeing as an integral part of a positive company culture, which is championed and driven by business leadership.

Best Physical Wellbeing Strategy   

This award celebrates employers that have proactively put in place a well thought through employee benefits, health insurances or wellbeing strategy to encourage and promote physical health among their employees.  

Best Mental Wellbeing Strategy    

This award celebrates employers that have put in place a well thought through employee benefits, insurance or wellbeing strategy to encourage and promote good mental health among their employees.  

Best Overall Financial Wellbeing Strategy   

This award recognises employers that have a well thought through strategy employee benefits or financial services to encourage and promote ongoing financial wellness among all of their employees.    

Best Approach to Day-to-Day Financial Wellbeing   

This award recognises employers who have built strategies to support employees’ day-to-day financial wellbeing. That might be in response to known challenges that the workforce is facing, or to help all employees improve their financial resilience and make their pay go further. 

Best Approach to Long-term Financial Wellbeing   

This award celebrates businesses that have successfully got employees thinking about their long-term financial wellbeing, particularly retirement and pensions. 

Best Social Wellbeing Strategy   

This award celebrates employers that recognise the importance of social relationships, building communities both at work and beyond and supporting employees’ wellbeing with a sense of belonging. 

Best Approach to Wellbeing Aligned with a Diversity & Inclusion Strategy   

This award celebrates companies that have thought about their employee health and wellbeing initiatives as part of their diversity & inclusion (D&I) agenda. That includes creating strategies that genuinely benefit all staff, that have opened up new opportunities for all employees, driven a more diverse workforce, created better inclusion or drawn in vulnerable groups.

Best use of Technology and Data for Wellbeing   

This award recognises how employers are using technology and data to deliver better, more transparent and data-rich employee health and wellbeing strategies.  That could include driving new ways of communicating and engaging, better understanding employee behaviours or tracking how benefits are being used to drive future funding. 

Best Wellbeing Engagement   

A wellbeing strategy is only effective if employees engage with it. This award celebrates the very best in communications, initiatives to drive up take-up rates and employers that have created tangible change in the health and wellbeing of their workforce through great levels of engagement. 

Best Approach to Risk Protection and Health Insurance   

This award celebrates employers that have worked with consultants, advisers, insurers and other health and wellbeing providers to make sure employees’ physical, mental, social and financial wellbeing are well protected and that employees know that they have a ‘safety net’ available to them as a part of their employee benefits. 

The REBA Employee Wellbeing Awards 2020 will also feature a Visionary Award, Vanguard Award, and the REBA Pinnacle Award. These will be chosen by the judges and the REBA advisory board, and cannot be entered.


Awards timeline

2 September 2019 | Awards open for entry

14 November 2019 | Deadline for entries 

December 2019 | Finalists notified and invited to workshops and ceremony

5 March 2020 | Exclusive afternoon peer-to-peer workshops and evening awards ceremony announcing all winners



If you have any questions or would like guidance with your entry, please do get in touch: awards@reba.global


 


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