At this private, Chatham house-style breakfast discussion REBA will bring together senior Reward and Benefits directors to share; how financial wellbeing support needs to adapt to meet the needs of a growing cohort who will reach retirement with a defined contribution, as opposed to defined benefits, pension. This group are less sure of when they will retire; their assessment of the affordability of retirement being much more sensitive to market volatility that any previous generation. They are also more likely to reach retirement with debt and a range of savings and investments outside of pensions and so will need much more guidance than previous generations to ensure good retirement decisions.
New research shows that in the last few years, retirement behaviours have changed, particularly with the over 55s.
However, many organisations are not aware of these changes and have not adapted their benefits or retirement support to provide the best help and guidance inin the run up to their retirement. Often these older workers are the most senior and/or most experienced talent within an organisation. So being out of sync on benefits aswell as engagement and retention strategies will be costly for organisations.
We will debate and discuss new ideas on
The future impact of a pension ‘Pot for Life’ policy – what to bear in mind now.
Bespoke, anonymised industry benchmarking survey included
Using a bespoke, qualitative survey conducted in advance of the event, REBA Research Director, Aidan Lever. will share the key ideas and solutions leading Reward and Benefits practitioners within the Chemicals, Science & Research, Private Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals sectors are currently considering, allowing attendees to reflect on and challenge their own individual approaches.
A fabulous opportunity to exchange knowledge with high-calibre Reward Directors and gain valuable, topical insights and understanding from others.
Jean Slater-Romp, Head of Reward
Informative, well-run networking event - what we have come to expect as the standard from REBA.
Eleanor Silverio, UK Benefits Policy Lead
Shell International Limited
It was an incredibly timely and thoughtful session with lots of useful information.
Siobhan Spiro, VP Global Reward
Great speakers, topical subjects and great to discuss in person.
Sheneen Harris, Senior Manager, International Compensation & Benefit