How emerging business and people strategies are changing employee benefits
Employers are fundamentally rethinking employee benefits, as a result of changing business and HR objectives linked to DEI, working practices, ESG and wellbeing.
To prevent benefits designs lagging behind business priorities, HR, reward and benefits practitioners need to understand these big trends and what they will mean for their own organisation.
In this webinar, the panellists will share how their business and people priorities are changing, why this is driving their own benefits reviews and what they expect will most influence benefits design going forward.
Key issues to be explored
REBA webinars are complimentary for everyone working within rewards and benefits.
Thanks to strategic partner, Howden Employee Benefits & Wellbeing, for supporting this REBA webinar.
Head of Reward UKIMEA ,
Rachel leads the UKIMEA reward strategy at Arup. Dedicated to sustainable development, Arup is a collective of designers, advisors and experts working across 140 countries. Founded to be both humane and excellent, we collaborate with our clients and partners using imagination, technology, and rigor to shape a better world.
Rachel has experience in shaping and implementing benefit strategies in multiple sectors. She is passionate about how benefits are an integral component of the wellbeing and inclusion agendas.
Executive Director, Howden Employee Benefits & Wellbeing
Today, Matthew oversees all aspects of Howden’s proposition for Corporate clients. He has over 20 years’ experience in employee benefits, including a large portion of his career helping shape the flexible benefits market in the UK. Matthew has personally helped many large and complex employers introduce transformational change to their pension and benefits programmes, working with providers and partners in industry to innovate and maximise the value they bring to clients.
Head, Benefits, Standard Chartered Bank
Rahul joined Standard Chartered in 2017 and is currently the Head of Benefits for the Bank, based in Singapore. In his role, he oversees the Bank’s non-retirement benefits globally. Prior to joining Standard Chartered, Rahul was with Allianz in Singapore and Mercer in San Francisco where he has worked in the retirement and health benefits space across both technical and relationship management roles.
Rahul holds a BSc from The Ohio State University, majoring in actuarial science with minors in Economics and Finance