2018 Conference & Huddle Agenda
Employee Benefits Connect 2018 comprised of opening and closing Keynotes, and a series of interactive huddle sessions and a thought-provoking conference.
The Conference at Employee Benefits Connect 2018 explored future trends and emerging thinking in the employee benefits sector.
The Huddle series offered delegates the chance to attend three interactive tables for lively debate on one of eleven subject matters.
Please note: This event is for in-house HR professionals only. Vendors/consultants will not be admitted.
K1: Opening Keynote: Building the future workforce at NASA
Elizabeth Kolmstetter, director, workforce engagement division, NASA
Huddle Series; check out the huddle agenda and get involved in interactive table workshops
A1: Key technologies to engage your employees with their benefits
Jon Bryant, head of online benefits and communications, Aon Employee Benefits
B1: The employer view on what the future of financial wellbeing looks like
Monica Kalia, co-founder & director, Neyber
C1: Creating a savings culture and empowering your people for the future
Jeanette Makings , head of financial education services, Close Brothers Asset Management
Simon Williams, senior financial planner, Close Brothers Asset Management
D1:The link between engagement, reward and recognition
Jamie King, director, Xexec
E1: What employers want from a pension scheme - The evolution of DC pensions
Mark Pemberthy, head of DC pensions, Conduent HR Services
A2: If Tesla did pensions
Oliver Payne, EMEA pensions manager and actuary, Ford Motor Company
B2: Reaping the rewards of better health
Greg Levine, director: sales and distribution, Vitality Health and Life
C2: What will salary sacrifice car schemes look like beyond 2018?
Claire Evans, head of consultancy, Zenith
D2: How to be a rebel with recognition in a social world
Debra Corey, group reward director, Reward Gateway
E2: The future of performance management in a disruptive world
Jean Slater-Romp, head of compensation & benefits, DLA Piper
Michelle Mason, head of HR - practice groups, DLA Piper
K2: The only limits are those of vision
Alan Chambers MBE, former royal marine and polar adventurer
H1: Artificial intelligence - the scary future of work?
Jonathan Maude, partner, Vedder Price
H2: The value of health: How employee wellbeing drives engagement and performance now
Carl Laidler, director of screening programmes, Health Shield
Courtney Marsh, commercial director , Health Shield
H3: The future of salary sacrifice cars and impact on employee wellbeing
Alison Argall, business development director, Tusker
H4: Horizon Gazing: key Legal and Compliance Issues for your global incentive arrangements
Bob Grayson, partner, Tapestry Compliance
Carla Walsham , managing associate, Tapestry Compliance
H5: Why dental benefits should be on your 2018 health agenda
Catherine Rutland, dentist and head of professional support services, Simply Health
Pam Whelan, director of corporate, Simply Health
H6: Building a resilient workforce for the future
Vanessa Sallows, benefits and governance director, Legal & General
H7: The future role of financial wellbeing in the workplace
Ian Dearnley, national business development director, WEALTH at Work
H8: Workplace pensions 2018 and beyond: what does the future hold for automatic-enrolment?
Ferdinand Lovett, associate director, Sackers
H9: The ageing workforce and reward – Longer working lives and the implications for reward strategy
Charles Cotton, senior performance and reward adviser, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development
H10: Workplace Wellbeing 2.0
Tobin Murphy-Coles, co-founder and chief commercial officer, Earthmiles
H11: Tips for busy HR & reward managers: the new data points needed to transform financial wellbeing
Phil Blows, sales director, Wealth Wizards