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17 Apr 2024

Webinar recording: Trends in benefits design

This webinar, run with strategic partners Howden Employee Benefits & wellbeing, considers how testing times will pit the demand for benefits against the need to balance budgets

This webinar draws on REBA’s Benefits Design Research 2024 (to be released on 25th April) to delve into the internal and external pressures affecting benefits decision-making, and explore what the data means for employers. It puts a spotlight on how cost pressures are reshaping benefits design, and the investment employers still plan to make in the next two years, though budgets will be tight. 

The panellists explore how organisations are adjusting spend, communications, and the proliferation of benefits, as well as replanning their technology to maximise benefit return on investment.

The key issued explored included: how employers are re-thinking their benefit design and spend in response to inflation pressures; how employers can manage budgets to meet employee needs and expectations without compromising value to the business; the role benefits technology needs to play to improve effectiveness of benefits design, spend and delivery.

Chaired by REBA’s research and insights director Aidan Lever, the panel included:

  • Matthew Gregson, executive director at Howden Employee Benefits & Wellbeing
  • Ellie Vaughan, global head of reward & benefits at Herbert Smith Freehills
  • Fiona Wallace, HR director at Cundall.

REBA webinars are complimentary for everyone working within rewards and benefits, HR, and wellbeing. 

Thanks to strategic partner Howden Employee Benefits & Wellbeing for supporting this REBA webinar.

In partnership with Howden Employee Benefits & Wellbeing

Howden provides insurance broking, risk management and claims consulting services, globally. We work with clients of all sizes to provide dedicated employee benefits & wellbeing consultancy.

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