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28 Jan 2022

Webinar: the reward and benefits strategies that are emerging to meet new workforce behaviours

We are witnessing significant changes in what employees want from their experience of work. This will have implications for reward and benefits strategies during 2022.

Proactive employers which adapt how they reward staff will attract, retain and engage vital talent. Those who do not, will become victims of ‘the great resignation’. In this webinar, the panel share how they are looking differently at workplace culture, how performance and recognition measures are being turned on their head, and what they are doing to change their reward and benefits strategies.

The panel explored key issues including: emerging workforce behaviours, how is the psychological contract, trust and balance of power between employer and employee is shifting, ways to adapt benefits and reward packages to align with new behaviours and what practical steps employers can take to continuously create connection with employees in 2022 and beyond.

Chaired by REBA’s content editor Dawn Lewis, the panel included:

  • Sheila Champion-Smeeth, Global Head of Wellbeing, People & Communities, Cisco
  • Caroline Pearson, Head of Performance & Reward, UK, HSBC
  • Emily Miller, Vice President, Workhuman.

Thanks to strategic partner, Workhuman, for supporting this REBA webinar.

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Workhuman is a provider of social recognition and continuous performance management software.

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