Nigel Jeremy, chief learning officer at British Airways, will present the opening keynote session at Employee Benefits Connect 2016 on 9 March. Jeremy will outline the latest thinking on how the range of different generations in the workplace might affect employee benefits in the future.
Perry Timms, director, people and learning at Media Zoo, and an adviser to the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) on social media and engagement, will deliver the closing keynote session at the one-day event.
Timms will offer insight into the digital future of the workplace, including technological innovation, shifts in working habits and the creation of new ways to lead and be successful. He will also examine what learning will be like in the future work landscape and what this could mean for what we currently call ‘rewards and benefits’.
Employee Benefits Connect 2016 will take place at the Lancaster London on 9 March.
To view the full conference programme and to register to attend, visit www.employeebenefitsconnect.co.uk.