Join high and low pay debates at Employee Benefits Live

Interactive debates on each day of Employee Benefits Live will encourage HR, and compensation and benefits professionals to take a stronger lead on high and low pay in the UK.

The interactive debates, chaired by Debi O’Donovan, editor of Employee Benefits, will comprise a series of short presentations from industry experts, before delegates break into small groups to discuss the issues raised with the panellists.

The high pay debate on 25 September will include: Mark Farmer, lecturer in accounting and finance in the faculty of business and law at Kingston University; Deborah Hargreaves (pictured), director of the High Pay Centre; and Peter Reilly, director HR research and consultancy at the Institute for Employment Studies.

The low pay debate on 26 September will include: Duncan Brown, principal at Aon Hewitt and Dev Raval, former reward director at BSkyB.

Find out more at: www.employeebenefitslive.co.uk

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