Mario Ceron, Head of Global Strategic Reward Projects, Indra Corporation
Isabelle Premont, Managing Director, Map Relocation
Nicolas de Limbourg, Partner, PwC
Pasquale Gorrasi, Head of International Lines, Generali
Employee Benefits (GEB)
Organisations have increasingly looked at reviewing their Performance Management strategies, and shifting towards a more regular or even ongoing approach. And while this approach is welcome, it is Succession Planning that can have the biggest impact – especially for high growth organisations and companies looking to retain talent.
In this webinar we examine why it is so crucial for all organisation to transform their succession process from something that happens once a year (or not at all!), to an ongoing, dynamic practice that embraces the entire workforce – not just top-tier management.
But what does a continuous, dynamic approach to succession planning look like? In this webinar, we explore the 4 key elements:
Whether you are experiencing phenomenal growth, scaling for the unknown or retaining your top talent, Gary Evans, Director of Client Success at Cornerstone, and Jeremy Nabarro, Principal Solutions Consultant at Cornerstone, will share with you what dynamic succession could mean for your organisation.
As an employer, you can be fined or jailed for how your employees drive – even if they use their own cars. It’s one of the biggest risks growing businesses face. It can be difficult to keep on top of what you should be doing and what you need to know to ensure that your people driving for your business are safe on the road.
Your employees also have responsibilities to meet to help you meet your duty of care obligations if they drive for work. By providing clear guidelines and supporting materials you can help your employees be compliant and reduce their risk on the road.
1) The responsibilities you have when it comes to employees driving for work purposes - even if it is their own cars
2) What drivers need to know and how you can inform them
3) Staying ahead of legislation and compliance
The rules and laws that govern talent management change weekly: case in point, the Court of Appeal's ruling that a seemingly self-employed plumber is entitled to workers' rights even though he was VAT registered and self-employed in the eyes of the taxman.
The world of business is changing at an incredibly fast pace. Technology is advancing, demographics are broadening and the ways people are being managed needs to follow suit. This webinar will discuss the future of talent management in the modern workforce across four key areas of the employee lifecycle:
• Talent Acquisition
• Performance Management
• Career Mobility