Speakers announced for Reward in the NHS event

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On Thursday 4 May 2017, NHS Employers is hosting Reward in the NHS in London. We are pleased to announce the speakers for the following sessions:

  • Opening keynote - Dr Stephen Moir, chief of people at NHS England will focus on the strategic context for reward in the NHS and explore reward in its broadest sense.
  • Reward as a lever to aid retention – Paul O’Rourke, managing director and Alex Handley, recruitment manager at Next Stage Ltd will showcase how they utilised their reward offer to make substantial improvements in staff retention. Next Stage Ltd provide care and support services to vulnerable people. 
  • Broader Reward: Health and wellbeing as part of the reward offer – Judith Stonebridge, specialty registrar in public health at Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust will share what health and wellbeing  benefits the trust provides, how they are communicated to staff and the impact they have had.
  • Workshop session – facilitated by Duncan Brown PhD, head of HR consultancy at the Institute for Employment Studies. 

The event will provide colleagues from across the NHS with an opportunity to hear examples of good practice from both inside and outside the NHS, listen to expert opinion, and discuss challenges faced by organisations. Delegates will also have the opportunity to view the latest products and services from a number of benefit suppliers. 

This event will be of interest to HRDs, deputies and managers, those with an interest in reward and those with responsibility for reward. The event is supported by Neyber,  

Find out more and book your place. Places are limited so make sure you don’t miss out.

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