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Benefits and Compensation

  • The ROI of Employer Branding
    The ROI of Employer Branding Megan Likely - Zynga | Kirsten Davidson - Employera | Scott Doboski - Glassdoor May 10 2017 5:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Organizations that prioritize employer branding are 250% more likely to rate their overall talent acquisition efforts as highly effective!

    That’s an impressive stat, but how does it translate into dollars and cents? In other words: what is a strong employer brand really worth to your company?

    While employer branding may not be an exact science, you can still calculate values for each of the benefits and costs associated with your branding efforts. This webinar will show you how to build that business case for investing in your employer brand, vital metrics for measuring the success of your efforts, and insights into where to allocate your valuable resources.

    You’ll discover:

    - How to develop an ROI formula that best fits your company
    - The essential elements for measuring success
    - How to assign specific values to intangible elements
    - Where to focus your branding efforts for maximum results
  • Should employees bring their personal lives to the workplace?
    Should employees bring their personal lives to the workplace? James Marsh, HRreview; Heidi Allan, Head of Insight and Research, Neyber; Marcus Underhill, Staffcare May 24 2017 10:00 am UTC 60 mins
    People often associate stress with workload, but issues that arise outside work are often the biggest triggers and contributors to mental ill-health – troubled relationships, financial worries or family problems. We spend so much of our time working that it’s almost inevitable we cannot leave our problems at the office door.

    But is it fair for employers to ask questions about individuals’ personal circumstances? And is it appropriate or practical to offer support?

    A range of wellbeing experts and HR practitioners explore these issues, debate best practice and provide practical guidance on a number of topics which could include:

    •Types of stress and how they manifest at work.
    •The implications of stress at work, and why work-life balance is an increasingly anachronistic idea.
    •Ways of dealing with stress – should employers be proactive or stay out of it?
    •How to equip employees to deal with stress at work (i.e Neyber)

    STATE OF THE NATION – The DNA of Financial Wellbeing, 2017

    Key findings. The last 12 months have seen great progress, however recent economic changes have bought us some big challenges and we will need to stay focused.

    Encouragingly, employee wellbeing is starting to be recognised. Financial worries are still employee’s biggest concern.

    Many employers are starting to think about their employee finances more broadly.
  • Self-Invested Pensions Webinar: Tailored to your taste
    Self-Invested Pensions Webinar: Tailored to your taste James Jones-Tinsley May 24 2017 10:00 am UTC 90 mins
    Join our interactive webinar hosted by Self-Invested Technical Specialist, James Jones-Tinsley to hear about hot topics and current issues, from pensions tax relief and the tapering of the Annual Allowance, to pensions freedoms and death benefits.
  • Wellbeing and burnout: New research shows it’s real and immediate.
    Wellbeing and burnout: New research shows it’s real and immediate. James Marsh, HRreview; Rob Bravo, Director of Wellbeing at Talking Talent Jun 7 2017 10:00 am UTC 60 mins
    It is astonishing to think that as many as three quarters (75%) of professionals aged 25-34 already feel worn out by the type of work and the environment in which they work in. And as many as 57% of all professionals feel that way.

    The threat of burnout is real and immediate. It is not reserved for middle age or later life. In fact, last year in the UK, younger workers took more days off work due to stress than older workers (roughly 65% of 16-24 young workers compared to only 24% of older workers).

    In April 2017, Talking Talent conducted the study ‘working on burnout’ which looks to challenge all types of professional organisations to prioritise the importance of the wellbeing issues experienced by their employees in the workplace and at home. The research highlights the very real impact on individual and organisational performance when the subjective wellbeing of an employee is poor, and the risk of burnout is high.

    In this webinar we’ll be sharing the findings and insightful commentary on what triggers burnout with professionals in UK businesses, identifying trends across family set-ups, industries and seniority of position, as well as offering key insights for employers on preventative approaches to burnout.

    You’ll hear from Rob Bravo, Director of Wellbeing at Talking Talent on successful strategies to support employee’s holistic wellbeing, as well as leading employer panellists and an industry expert sharing their experiences and perspectives.
  • Benchmarks, trends and impact of family friendly benefits and policies
    Benchmarks, trends and impact of family friendly benefits and policies James Marsh - HRreview, Oliver Black - My Family Care & guests Jun 15 2017 10:00 am UTC 60 mins
    In this webinar we‘ll be sharing the results of our comprehensive employee benefits study to reveal how employers are supporting their working parents and carers; what future issues and solutions they’re considering, and the impact and ROI of their approaches. We’ll be covering everything from the upcoming changes in child care vouchers to what organisations are doing with parental leave.

    James Marsh will be joined by Oliver Black, Director and founder of My Family Care, and heads of reward from leading employers, both large and small.
  • What’s the real impact of Maternity Coaching?
    What’s the real impact of Maternity Coaching? James Marsh, HRreview; Jennifer Liston-Smith, My Family Care; Jane Moffett Oct 12 2017 10:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Maternity and parental leave coaching is now an accepted way of supporting and retaining women through the new parent transition. The ways it can be delivered have expanded to include group and one-to-one coaching, in person, remotely and online. In this webinar we’ll be sharing the results of a collaborative study with independent researcher, Jane Moffett, on the impact of My Family Care’s coaching as part of her Masters in Coaching & Behavioural Change at Henley Business School.

    The research project investigates the factors that positively influence a woman’s transition back to work after maternity leave in order to gain a greater understanding of this topic area and to provide information and recommendations to organisations who are committed to retaining their female talent.

    James Marsh will be joined by both Jane Moffett and Jennifer Liston-Smith, Director, Head of Coaching and Consultancy.