As business targets grow, so too do the expectations on employees. With half a million people suffering in the UK with work-related stress, the onus is on employers to provide the tools, education and support needed to underpin happier, more productive team cultures.
Tune in on 27th June as Bruce Greenhalgh, Global Health and Wellbeing Clinical Lead at BT discusses:
“I want to move away from appraisals to an ongoing conversations approach but how will I manage pay decisions? And should I still be using ratings?”
These are questions we are hearing day in day out, so we’ll be getting together with experienced reward specialist Samantha Gee from Verditer Consulting to cut through the noise and provide some practical answers.
In this webinar Samantha and Clear Review’s CEO and performance management expert Stuart Hearn will first discuss how the performance management debate has been hijacked by questions over ratings. Samantha will then introduce a practical three step approach for rewarding performance.
• Step 1: Understand the key questions that determine your reward strategy
• Step 2: Identify a purpose for each reward ‘vehicle’ e.g. pay, bonus and recognition
• Step 3: Translate performance into reward. You can reward performance without ratings - we’ll show you how.
Finally, we’ll be showing you how you can integrate your reward decisions into a practical, ongoing performance management framework centred around meaningful conversations and feedback.
How do you plan for the future in HR when there is constant change?
How is the world of resourcing evolving?
What effect do these changes have on background screening?
Steve Girdler, Managing Director of HireRight EMEA and APAC will take you through the findings of HireRight’s 2018 Background Screening Benchmark Report, sharing the trends, best practices, and opportunities emerging from this detailed global survey of over 6,000 senior HR and risk professionals, which reveals how professionals like you are tackling these big questions. Register now to receive an advance copy of next year’s report on publication.
An apprentice is a way for businesses to cost-effectively recruit and upskill their workforce, ensuring that they can grow their own talent and develop a motivated, skilled and qualified team.
Last April the Apprenticeship Levy was introduced so employers could plug skills gaps, recruit new talent and improve the abilities of their current and future staff through work-based learning.
Under the levy, large employers – those with a pay bill of more than £3m – will pay 0.5% of their total wage bill to invest in training staff.
The last year has been a period of significant change, and it will take time for the market to adjust. But these reforms are important and were introduced to put quality at the heart of the apprenticeship programme and put control in the hands of employers.
To find out what the Apprenticeship Levy means for your organisation, please attend our webinar to hear from Karen Woodward, Deputy Director – Employer Relations at the National Apprenticeship Service who will be discussing what the levy is and how you can use it to fund training, assessment and certification through tailored apprenticeship programmes to meet the needs of both existing staff and new recruits.
Included in the webinar is a Q&A session to have any questions regarding the Apprenticeship Levy answered by our experts.