WEBINAR

The future of reward in the UK

Global reward webinar series

Recorded 14 November 2018

 

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Setting the right reward strategy in the UK.

The UK economy has been showing consistent growth since 2012, and even greater job growth – to the point where unemployment is now almost as low as it can realistically be.

However, both wage and productivity growth have been significantly lower meaning that the economic recovery has not boosted wages or spending power.

In addition to this, the UK has been dealing with Brexit which still has a huge uncertainty around the wide range of possible outcomes and how the UK economy will be interacting with ‘the outside world’ from March 2019 onwards.

This uncertainty has been affecting business and lower immigration is already starting to cause acute shortages of staff in key areas including health and food production.

Join our UK-based experts as they discuss:

  • UK organisations’ outlook on reward - including pay forecasts, and the impact of Brexit on staffing and pay.
  • How companies are aligning reward and performance.
  • How organisations are trying to get ahead of the pack from a Reward perspective.
  • The hottest jobs, and new approaches to paying them effectively.

Presented by:


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Mark Quinn

Ben Frost

VP and General Manager, Reward

Korn Ferry

Mark Quinn

Senior Client Partner

Korn Ferry


David Smith


David Smith

Senior Business Leader

Korn Ferry


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