Reward Live returns to discuss how employers can build successful HR strategies: from wellbeing and family benefits to pensions and communications


Now Theresa May has triggered Article 50 to start the Brexit process, UK employers are at sea with uncertainty.

And the upcoming changes to salary sacrifice and the National Living Wage, the introduction of gender pay reporting and the final roll-out of tax free childcare are just a few examples of change that employers will encounter this year – all while the battle for good talent continues to heat up.

So how can employers think about building a reward and benefits strategy that fits an increasingly diverse and mobile workforce, all while remaining innovative and flexible in the face of change?

With a line-up of speakers including reward managers and HR directors, Reward Live 2017 is returning in a matter of weeks to answer these questions through thought leadership and peer-to-peer networking.

Registrations are still open, and are free to HR directors/managers, reward and benefits directors/managers and finance directors/managers – and with a packed programme, it’s a must for employers’ diaries.

To view the event preview, read about the sessions and an interview with a keynote speaker, CLICK HERE

Reward Live takes place on 10th and 11th May at Edgbaston Cricket Ground, Birmingham. To register for your FREE place, CLICK HERE