Building and fostering an engaged and resilient workforce during a cost-of-living crisis
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As we enter 2023 the reward landscape is presenting new challenges to employers, from reviewing pay increases in a high inflation economy and maintaining employee engagement through to managing the cost of living and supporting the complete wellbeing of their workforce.
This webinar will explore predicted pay trends and which areas of personal spending are most impacting employees. It will explore which employee benefits are most effective at providing physical, emotional, and financial wellbeing in the current climate, as well as how employers are reshaping and communicating their pay and benefits to build a resilient workforce.
The panel will discuss practical recommendations; how to avoid discontent in pay discussions; and which employee benefits to offer and communicate to engage, inspire and energise different employee groups.
Key themes to be explored:
• Expected pay review trends in 2023
• Ways to manage the gap when pay increases are below current inflation levels
• Understanding how cost of living and personal spending is shifting to identify which employee benefits will best support your workforce
• Vital guidance on how to communicate pay and benefits to avoid discontent and to resonate with different employee groups
• How to build loyalty, engagement, and complete employee wellbeing to maintain organisational resilience and productivity
Thanks to strategic partner Personal Group/Innecto for supporting this REBA webinar.
Global Benefits at Okta & Adjunct Professor at Columbia University
Global Benefits at Okta & Adjunct Professor at Columbia University,
Lee is a global benefits subject matter expert whose mission is to create fair and equitable workplaces through employee-centred benefits programming and HR policies. He has honed his knowledge through corporate consulting at Aon and Mercer, in-house HR at Google and Okta, and academia at Columbia University.
Currently, Lee manages Okta's global employee benefits programme, strategy, and delivery for countries outside of the US. Prior to Okta, he joined Google as a member of a unique group of in-house HR consultants that stood-up the people operations functions for newly incorporated Alphabet companies like Waymo and DeepMind.
Outside of corporate HR, Lee is a social policy academic specialising in the “world of work” as an Adjunct Professor for Columbia University’s School of Social Work. Understanding the importance of representation, Lee has also founded the Filipino-American Foundation (filamfoundation.org), a non-profit and the first open scholarship for Filipino-American students.
Client Director, Innecto Reward Consulting30 years of experience in helping organisation to build engaged and resilient workforces. Technical experience includes board advisory, employee value proposition design, pay, reward, incentive plans, grading frameworks, benefits and colleague engagement.
Head of Benefits & Recognition, Virgin Media O2
An experienced reward leader, Dave has been working with Virgin Media for 9years. He joined as the Head of Pensions, Benefits and Wellbeing with responsibility for the strategy and delivery of projects. This included leading a project to redesign their recognition plans across the business.
More recently Dave has been managing the benefits harmonisation programme between Virgin Media and O2. Leading the design and implementation of a full benefits strategy, identifying the full range of benefits and recognition across the two former organisations.
Dave's extensive career in reward and benefits has seen him work across a broad range of sectors working with Britvic, Thales and AON in the past.
Wed 22 March | 10-11am