Creating a workplace culture and employee reward package designed to maximise staff retention is one of the key themes that will be discussed throughout Employee Benefits Live 2022 on October 5 and 6 at Excel, London.

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Employee Benefits Live is Europe’s largest dedicated reward and benefits event for any in-house professionals who have responsibility for employee reward, benefits and pensions, providing the opportunity for delegates to learn and be inspired by leading figures in the industry, through keynotes, case studies, panel debates and practical how-to sessions.

The event enables forward-thinking professionals to stay up-to-date with the latest trends and innovations in order to provide effective benefits solutions and strategies.

Spread across four theatres, the event offers an extensive editorial-driven programme, comprising topical streams of free content, covering every aspect of benefits, reward and pensions.

This year’s speakers include Tom Holliss, chief people officer at Zappi, who will lead a session titled ‘Cultural innovation in a geographically displaced workforce: How to create a work culture that people love’; Ian Hodson, head of reward at the University of Lincoln, who will discuss ‘Engaging reward options for the workforce of tomorrow’; and Roisin Mackenzie, culture and engagement director at Saga, who will describe ‘A practical toolkit to support people managers in helping to maintain happy, healthy and productive teams’.

With the cost of living rising sharply up employers’ agendas, this year’s conference programme will also feature a range of sessions giving practical tips and inspiration around what organisations can offer to support their employees. On October 5, delegates can hear Neil Goodwin, head of reward at Wickes, discuss how to structure a compelling cost-efficient benefits offering, in order to get more from their money and balance the pressure of costs with meeting employee needs.

Meanwhile, on October 6, Michaela O’Reilly, head of reward and analytics at IPSOS, will discuss how employers can help with the cost of living in a session titled ‘Building an effective financial wellbeing strategy’.

View the full agenda and register to attend.

Visiting Employee Benefits Live is free and is open to directors, senior managers and in-house professionals responsible for HR, reward, benefit, compensation, employee engagement, motivation and pensions. To ensure that your registration is successful, supply your work email address when completing your registration form.