A highly competitive job market, ever-evolving skills challenges, shifting employee expectations and an ageing workforce means employers are being forced to rethink and reshape their workplace benefits. In the face of these challenges, it has never been more important to create a workplace experience that can attract, engage and retain the right people and support the skills development needed to take organisations successfully into the future.
And yet budgets are tighter than ever and employers are under increasing pressure to do more with less. With over 80 exhibitors and an impressive line-up of more than 40 expert speakers, this year’s REBA Wellbeing Congress on 20 June 2024 is an invaluable opportunity for reward and benefits directors to understand how wider societal, economic, environmental and technological shifts are impacting employee expectations and experiences of work. It’s also a unique chance to network with senior peers, tap into leading-edge thinking and hear about the latest products, services and offerings that can support the right strategic investment in benefits for your organisation.
The exhibitor list is growing on a daily basis, and looks like this at the moment:
It was a brilliant day! Such inspiring stories and insights shared and pondered over.
Group Head of Reward, SIG plc
Amazing event, thanks so much!
VP Talent, Ahlstrom
Amazing event! Really got a lot out of it!
Global Reward Leader, Nomad Foods
Always such a brilliant event!
Senior Benefits Manager, The Ardonagh Group
I found the day so useful!
Director - Pensions & Benefits, UK & Europe – Atkins
Thank you REBA for a wonderfully insightful event!
Global Total Reward Program Manager, Molnlycke
Host of BBC Radio 4 podcast 'Made of Stronger Stuff' and author of 'Unprocessed: How the Food We Eat is Fuelling our Mental Health Crisis',
Kimberley Wilson is a Chartered Psychologist, with a master's degree in nutrition and the author of How to Build a Healthy Brain (2020) and Unprocessed: How the Food We Eat is Fuelling our Mental Health Crisis (2023). Kimberley's philosophy of Whole Body Mental Health is a comprehensive approach to mental health care; integrating evidence-based nutrition and lifestyle factors with psychological therapy with an emphasis on the brain and nutrition.
Kimberley has written for BBC Science Focus and Psychologies Magazine, hosted the podcast 'Made of Stronger Stuff' and the scientific segment of One Dish both on BBC Radio 4, appeared regularly on Lorraine ITV and been the featured mental health expert on several Channel 4 series and documentaries.
Television presenter, radio personality and journalist,
BAFTA award-winning TV and radio host, Claudia Winkleman, is one of the best-known broadcasters in the UK.
Known for her signature fringe and engaging on-screen presence, Claudia has hosted some of the biggest shows on television. She has been the co-host of the iconic Strictly Come Dancing since 2012, is Radio 2’s Saturday morning host, and has presented celebrated shows such as One Question and The Piano on Channel 4 and BAFTA-award winning The Traitors for the BBC. In 2023, Claudia won her first ever BAFTA, taking home the ‘Entertainment Performance’ award for her work hosting The Traitors.
Claudia is a trustee of Comic Relief and has fronted live television shows for Red Nose Day, Let’s Dance for Comic Relief, Sport Relief, and the Comic Relief Danceathon.
In 2022, Claudia’s debut book Quite was published to critical acclaim, earning her status as a Sunday Times Bestseller.