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Recognition & Engagement: Get Set for Success in 2019

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
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James Marsh, HRreview; Chase Dolomont, Achievers; Colin Watt, Chief People Officer, NCC Group
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    One year on it’s time to revisit the future of work with a review of what has changed in the last year and a look at how new waves of technological disruption and innovation will continue to shape the new world of work where agility and therefore HR, will be at the heart of an organisation’s ability to succeed.

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    This webinar will examine and consider the impact of the following areas on the workplace:

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    In this webinar hosted by James Marsh, we'll have thought leadership as well as being joined by two very different leading organisations sharing their experiences, opinions and what works for them.

    We're looking forward to hearing from Nikunj Upadhay, Diversity and Inclusion lead at Barclays.

    Barclays clearly recognises that diversity is critical to their success; multiple generations of global colleagues work together to serve an equally diverse set of clients. Understanding that colleagues have many roles in addition to their career, Barclays has put a wide range of policies, programmes and benefits in place to support them and enable them to thrive at work and outside the workplace.

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    Join us for a lively discussion, expert comment and some surprising insights!
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    • Explaining how to use Machine Learning that is compliant with regulations
    • Examining the role of automatic scoring in the future of video assessment
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    James Marsh, HRreview; Chase Dolomont, Achievers; Colin Watt, Chief People Officer, NCC Group
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    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
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    But what are the specific building blocks of change for leading employers?
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    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

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    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.

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    Andrea Callender, Director, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI), Arup UKMEA
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    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.
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    In this webinar, we’ll be sharing our experts’ experiences and opinions and showcasing best practice for employers.

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    * ONS figures
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    •24% less employee turnover
    • 41% reduction in absenteeism
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    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.
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