Employees are your organisation’s most important asset and how you engage with them can impact productivity and performance.
Coronavirus has changed how employers view the workplace and the jobs that take place there. A lot of jobs are more flexible than previously thought and many employees have shown a greater interest in wellbeing than money. What does a benefits package for a modern employee look like and how are organisations responding to this new shift?
We will be joined by Peter Glancy, Head of Policy, Pensions & Investment at Scottish Widows who will provide guidance on the major regulatory, legislative and political developments coming over the hill in the next few years. He will also update us on the Pension Dashboard and how it will interact with total reward statements for your employees.
This meeting will also include an update from the CBI’s People and Skills team on the latest policy developments, notably the Job Retention Scheme, and the existing challenges still facing businesses.
CBI speakers include:Chaired by John Stevens, Associate Director, London, CBIEd Richardson, Principal Policy Adviser, Education and Skills, CBI
By attending this People and Skills Network, you will:Learn how the coronavirus pandemic has changed the way we think about ‘benefits’ and how we use them to reward employeesHear what employers are offering in their competitive ‘benefits’ package to attract and retain talentExchange ideas, tools and guides to support employees’ financial wellbeingLearn about the Pension Dashboard and how it will interact with total reward statements Take away fresh thoughts and perspectives on the growing relationship between financial and mental wellbeing and how that impacts the workplace
We will consider the role and responsibility of the employer – and government - in helping employees to realise the benefit of saving for their future, a fundamental part of financial wellbeing. What do you need to do as an organisation to support your employees, how do you communicate with the disengaged and what support is out there for you to do this? You will hear the latest insights into new regulation to enable you to tailor your benefits package for the modern employee.
We will also consider the key findings from CBI & Scottish Widows Pensions Survey.
Who should attend?
This network would be of particular interest to those with a major HR function in their job, those with responsibility for pensions, or those with the following job titles:
• Head of HR / HR Director
• Chief / Director of People / Talent
• Diversity and Inclusion Lead
• Head of Rewards and Pensions
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