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  • Recognition & Engagement: Get Set for Success in 2019
    Recognition & Engagement: Get Set for Success in 2019
    James Marsh, HRreview; Chase Dolomont, Achievers; Colin Watt, Chief People Officer, NCC Group Recorded: Dec 13 2018 62 mins
    Join Colin Watt, Chief People Officer, NCC Group and Chase Dolomont, Employee Engagement Strategist, Achievers, as they share practical advice on how to take your recognition and engagement programme to the next level for enhanced results in 2019.

    In this webinar, we will:
    •Share top tips on how to make your recognition and engagement programme a sustainable success
    •Talk you through case studies that show how other organisations have impacted business outcomes through leveraging engagement and recognition
    •Give you the opportunity to ask your questions to our experts and client advocates

    Who should attend?
    •Managers/HR leaders looking for ideas on how to improve employee engagement and performance, through joined up strategy and maximising untapped ecosystems around them
    •Executives who want to learn more about the top driver of employee engagement, employee recognition, and how to implement or improve a company-wide recognition programme
    •IT professionals looking for answers on how to maximise current technology and add engagement to the mix
  • Gender Pay Gap Reporting 2019: Business as usual?
    Gender Pay Gap Reporting 2019: Business as usual?
    James Marsh, HRr; Jennifer Liston-Smith, MFC; Ruth Thomas, CURO; Carolanne Minashi, UBS; Recorded: Nov 29 2018 62 mins
    We have Gender Pay Gap data, so we have the beginnings of transparency. We have narratives exploring the drivers and action plans.

    But what are the specific building blocks of change for leading employers?
    How do you actually attract, retain and progress gender diverse talent and close the gap? .

    Our Autumn event aims to think big but also focus on practical actions employers can take as we move towards the next GPG reporting deadline in March/April 2019

    In this lively webinar, James Marsh will be exploring the issues and learning since the first reporting in April this year. He's joined by:

    Jennifer Liston-Smith, Director, Head of Coaching and Consultancy at My Family Care, and a recognised innovator in the Parental Leave Coaching field.

    Ruth Thomas, Senior Consultant at Curo Compensation, summarising the learning from this year’s Gender Pay Gap reporting and its implications for your next year’s report.

    Carolanne Minashi, Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion, UBS, sharing the factors that really enable women to progress and reach the top at work.

    Andrea Callender, Director, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI), Arup UKMEA
    On Arup’s journey in EDI including the promotion of Shared Parental Leave.

    The thought leadership shared will help you benchmark your current practice and gain practical ideas you can put to use
  • The Graduate conundrum – boosting graduate confidence in the workplace
    The Graduate conundrum – boosting graduate confidence in the workplace
    James Marsh, HRreview; Georgina Brazier, Milkround; Lucy Warren, Milkround Recorded: Nov 22 2018 64 mins
    Earlier this year, Milkround investigated the minds of over 5,700 students and graduates, to find out how they feel about taking their first steps into the world of work.

    The research found out much about what graduates expect in from their early careers, with interesting insight into predicted salary expectations and the disparities between males and female graduates. Other points reveal the uncertainty around internships and the pressure respondents feel against those who have more work experience or are less in need of a high salary.

    Milkround will also present further interesting research around retaining employee’s and what graduates expect in the workplace, with practical advice and tips on how to introduce methods such as reverse mentoring into graduate training programmes.

    The webinar will present an opportunity for you to address your own thoughts and challenges around hiring and retaining graduates to discourage job-hopping and ensuring you are developing and shaping graduates in the workplace, and our expert panel will offer recommendations around these themes.
  • Managing parental leave in the global digital age
    Managing parental leave in the global digital age
    James Marsh, HRreview; Jennifer Liston-Smith, My Family Care; Xanic Jones, Citi; Dr Julie Humphreys, AIG Recorded: Oct 10 2018 63 mins
    In the competition for talent, doing something to smooth your peoples' transition to parenthood has become almost a hygiene factor. And legislative, economic and cultural factors keep gender diversity at the top of most organisations' agendas.
    Employers benchmarking against their sector find that maternity coaching, or - more inclusively - a parental leave programme, is now an expected provision in sectors such as banking, legal and professional services firms, and increasingly tech, insurance, media, fast-moving consumer goods and retail sectors.
    Many now provide blended (online and real world) programmes, whilst others have moved to purely digital solutions.
    Maternity coaching was first introduced on a wide scale in the early 2000s. Two decades on, the world and the way we work has changed enormously.
    In this lively webinar, James Marsh will be discussing the latest trends and developments and the drivers behind them, with Jennifer Liston-Smith, Director, Head of Coaching and Consultancy at My Family Care, and a recognised innovator in the Parental Leave Coaching field. We will also be joined by Diversity and inclusion specialists form leading employers, Citi and AIG. They'll be sharing their insights and experiences of the changing parental leave challenges in their organisations.
  • Financial wellbeing in the workplace: A way forward
    Financial wellbeing in the workplace: A way forward
    James Marsh, HRreview; Heidi Allan, Neyber; Maggie Williams, Freelance Journalist Recorded: Sep 27 2018 61 mins
    The link between financial security and physical and mental wellbeing has long since been established.

    Employees have to deal with busy lives and the complexities of major financial decisions, as well as key life events such as bereavement, buying a home or nearing retirement. It is not straightforward.

    With nearly half of the UK showing one or more signs of financial vulnerability and 46% of UK adults saying that their knowledge of financial matters is low, it is more important than ever for employees to manage and keep on top of their daily finances.

    50% of UK employees say that they feel their employers care about their financial wellbeing. But is there more UK employers can be doing to help and educate their employees on financial matters?

    In this webinar our expert panel will look at the importance of teaching employees good financial habits, budgeting and creating a 'savings buffer' to help them cope with the pressures of personal finance and economic uncertainty.
  • The Battle for Older Talent - Best practice to support 50+
    The Battle for Older Talent - Best practice to support 50+
    James Marsh, HRr; Jennifer Liston-Smith, MFC; Deborah Richards, IBM; Daniel Pike, Supercarers; Caroline Waters, Carers UK Recorded: Jun 28 2018 63 mins
    By 2025, the biggest age group of employees is likely to be the over 50’s. People over 50 now make up nearly one-third (31%) of the entire UK workforce (up from 21% in the early 1990s*) and if growth continues at the current rate, will be the dominant group by 2025.

    Now, more than ever, employers need to consider how we can address the issues and opportunities for older workers and the wider workforce. Just as enabling work+parenting has become a hygiene factor for employers, it’s now imperative to address work+carers.

    The 50+ group often includes your senior talent and keepers of core knowledge and relationships. There are many further factors combining to make this a group worthy of some forward-planning: the baby boomer population bulge, increased longevity, more fluid retirement ages, more involved grandparents and changes to pensions (particularly for women). But whatever the reasons, the burning platform for employers is clear.

    In this webinar, we’ll be sharing our experts’ experiences and opinions and showcasing best practice for employers.

    Host and HR professional James Marsh will be joined by a range of employers, commentators and experts including Jennifer Liston-Smith, Director, Head of Coaching and Consultancy of My Family Care, and Deborah Richards, Diversity and Inclusion Leader at IBM. Deborah will share insights into how multiple diversity award winner, IBM approaches supporting carers in the workplace. Jennifer will be bringing a very broad perspective on the challenges for employers, and insights gained through her work with employers of different sizes and sectors.

    Also joining the discussion will be Daniel Pike, Co-Founder of Supercarers and Caroline Waters OBE, Vice President of Carers UK. They will provide an overview of the changing landscape of care and do some future-gazing on the work and care front.

    * ONS figures
  • The Future of Work
    The Future of Work
    James Marsh, HRreview; Richard Doherty, Senior Director, Workday; Kim Atherton, Chief People Officer, OVO Energy Recorded: Jun 21 2018 62 mins
    The workplace is changing fast and new radical developments are just around the corner, This webinar will explore the future of the workforce and how HR professionals can prepare their organisations for this brave new world.

    We will be looking at workforce automation, the impacts of new technologies, innovations in the use of data, the rise of AI and how tech can be used to enhance the employee experience. We will also explore the future skills market including what will be in demand, how to motivate and retain complex groups of employees, the future of the gig economy, flexible working contacts, changes to pension structures and more.
  • GDPR – A guide for HR professionals
    GDPR – A guide for HR professionals
    James Marsh, HRreview; Patrick O'Kane, FIS; Erik Zilinek, Skillsoft; Craig Fearon, Sumtotal Recorded: Mar 27 2018 64 mins
    The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), due to come into force on 25th May 2018, will impose a host of new legislation governing the use and storage of personal data affecting organisations across Europe.

    The new regulations include a substantial amount of additional reporting requirements, increased fines and penalties. However, all is not lost.

    This webinar will discuss the key changes under the GDPR and will feature expert advice surrounding key considerations for HR teams, impact analysis and practical tips whilst outlining the potential upsides of GDPR compliance in HR.
  • HOW TO GET BACKING FROM YOUR BOARD - Employee Engagement and Recognition
    HOW TO GET BACKING FROM YOUR BOARD - Employee Engagement and Recognition
    James Marsh, HRreview; Denise Willett, Achievers; Kerrie Maitland, Positive Dimensions Recorded: Mar 7 2018 63 mins
    The impact of employee engagement on key business objectives is staggering. According to Gallup, highly engaged business units see:
    •17% increase in productivity
    •24% less employee turnover
    • 41% reduction in absenteeism
    While we know the facts, one of the biggest challenges for driving engagement across an organisation can be convincing the Board that employee engagement isn’t a luxury - it’s a necessity.
    Join us for 1 hour on Wednesday 7th March at 11am for a valuable webinar on the best practice way to build and present your business case for employee engagement.
    Leading the session will be James Marsh of HR Review; Denise Willett, Senior Director of Achievers EMEA; and Kerrie Maitland, HR Consultant, Life Coach and Managing Director of Positive Dimensions. They’ll be sharing strategy, techniques and ‘Been there, done that’ experience that you can apply to getting the executive buy-in you need.
    Put the date in your calendar now – and we look forward to you joining us!
  • Supporting your working parents in a post childcare voucher world
    Supporting your working parents in a post childcare voucher world
    James Marsh, HRr; Oliver Black, My Family Care; Lindsey Doe, Tinies; Jackie Buttery & Adam Brooke, BAML Recorded: Feb 22 2018 62 mins
    Current Childcare voucher schemes offered through employers will close to new registrants in April 2018. For many employers they’ve been the mainstay of their support for working parents.

    So what could/should employers be doing to support their employees.
    So in our spring webinar, we’ll examine the benefits and policies options and what other initiatives work for employers. We’ll also consider the pros and cons and the business case of everything from Backup Care to on-site childcare.

    Joining us to discuss the impact and ROI will be Oliver Black, Director of My Family Care. Lindsey Doe, Director Of Tinies, part of the My Family Care Group will also be on hand to provide an overview of the current childcare landscape and what employers need to know.
    We'll also be joined by independent reward, benefits and client Insight professional, Jackie Buttery and Adam Brooke, Vice President, Benefits Consultant at Bank of America Merrill Lynch who’ll be sharing their approach and insights into supporting their working parents.

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