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20 May 2022

Webinar: The major forces driving benefits redesign

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 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.

The webinar explores the major forces that are changing business priorities, corporate culture and people strategies; how benefits design is lagging behind what today’s organisations and workforces need; how strategies are already changing; where employers should put their focus during benefits reviews; and the biggest influences on benefits design over the next 10 years.

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

  • Rachel Beattie, Head of Reward UKIMEA, Arup
  • Matthew Gregson, Executive Director, Howden Employee Benefits & Wellbeing 
  • Rahul Ramaswami, Head, Benefits , Standard Chartered Bank

Thanks to our 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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