New webinar series brings insight on benefits for HR decision makers
Benefits have always played an important part of the reward mix. But as pay restraint squeezes employee income they play an ever more important role in the financial and physical wellbeing of your employees.
Next week we’ll be launching a new series of webinars for decision makers in HR, benefits and reward.
Our plan is to make it easier to understand the issues which will have an impact on employee performance and how benefits can be used to support them.
Of course, we recognise the calendar is packed full of events – like the upcoming Employee Benefits live show in London on September 25 – where you can find out about these issues. But we also understand that not everyone has the opportunity to get away from the office to spend a day intelligence-gathering for the year ahead.
That’s why, from September 17, we are going to be bringing a collection of experts on the issues which we think will matter most to your organisations in the year ahead to your desk through our webinar series. As well as hearing about the issues that matter, you’ll be able to get practical guidance in how to tackle them and ask questions relevant to your own organisation.
The line-up for the first five sessions consists of:
- Changes to Childcare – how HR can support employees through the transition to a new childcare voucher system in 2015.
- Managing transition back to the workplace – ensuring HR managers support staff after an absence – something which is particularly relevant to the current discussion around female talent in business.
- Driving performance through wellbeing – how a proactive approach can improve performance of your people and contribute to the bottom line.
- Employee finances – how HR can support the financial wellbeing of employees.
- New responsibilities for organisations – an overview of how new HR legislation has an impact on your business.
You can find out more or sign up here >
I look forward to seeing you there.
Author: Andy Philpott
| Category: Blog
| 13/09/2013 |