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07 Jul 2022

Webinar recording: Structuring employee benefits to support DEI

Our latest webinar considers how employee benefits offerings and design need to adapt to be more inclusive

Wellbeing strategies and benefits cannot in themselves drive diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI), however they need to align to DEI principles in order to underpin the desired culture that embraces all intersectionalities across age/generation, genders, ethnicities, physical abilities and neurodiversities. 

In this webinar, the panellists discuss their experiences of how practitioners can assess an organisation’s wellbeing and benefits needs to support a DEI agenda; the cultural significance of benefits; and how benefits and wellbeing strategies intersect with both DEI and ESG strategies. 

Some of the key issues explored during this webinar include: How the cultural significance of benefits is changing (i.e. the impact of employee demand, especially Gen Z; the rise of ESG; the importance of purpose and sustainability); the DEI principles benefits practitioners need to focus on in order to understand how to align their benefits strategies; how benefits can be personalised; why wellbeing is the focus when it comes to supporting DEI. 

Chaired by REBA’s director Debi O’Donovan, the panel included:

  • Debbie Bullock, UK Wellbeing Lead , Aviva
  • Amanda Diston, SVP reward and talent at AVEVA Global
  • Oluyomi Okunowo, SVP total reward and people operations at Wella Company.

With thanks to our strategic partner Aviva, for supporting this REBA webinar.

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