Delegates at Employee Benefits Connect can participate in roundtable discussions on a range of hot topics,with the opportunity to put their questions to industry experts and peers.
The annual one-day event, held on Wednesday 1 March at Park Plaza, London, will host roundtable discussions across six core themes: holistic wellbeing; technology and innovation; employee engagement; driving performance; talent management; and data analytics.
Delegates can book their place at the roundtable discussion that piques their interest or that will shed light on the particular challenges facing their organisations when they arrive at the event.
The roundtable sessions will focus on a range of hot topics, including the future of car schemes, and how poor financial planning among employees could have long-term repercussions on organisational performance.
In the roundtable session titled ‘Financially empowering the workforce from hire-to-retire’, Jonathan Watts-Lay, director at Wealth at Work, will lead a discussion on scaling financial education as an integral part of business strategy and the impact of regulatory changes on future generations and retirees.
Meanwhile, Damian Stancombe, head of workplace health and wealth at Barnett Waddingham, will chair a roundtable titled ‘The big picture at your fingertips: marrying analytics and consultancy to the greatest effect’. This discussion will examine the role of data analytics in predicting the future wellbeing needs of an organisation’s workforce.
Other roundtable discussions will be led by: Corporate Adviser, Neyber, Novalease, Platforum, Simplyhealth and Tusker.