Public Sector Reward 2009

Announcing a new e-reward  conference

Public Sector Reward 2009
Thursday, 18 June 2009
Venue: Lion Court Conference Centre, 25 Procter Street, London WC1V 6NY
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Your definitive guide to all that's happening in the public sector

How you’ll benefit from this conference:

  • Gain a working knowledge of designing an effective total reward strategy

  • Get a handle on techniques used in the public sector to enable contribution to be recognised, respected and rewarded

  • Understand how public sector organisations are improving the link between reward strategy and organisational strategy

  • Discover clear insights into modernising pay structures and job family development

Your reward experts
Michael Armstrong and Paul Thompson are passionate about reward, spending all their working lives studying and researching reward issues. There’s not much that goes on that they aren’t aware of. This event, put together by Paul and Michael, brings you the latest thinking in public sector reward management and gives you thoughts and guidance on all the issues of the day.

Understand current thinking in public sector reward
How well do you understand what is happening in public sector reward today? Yes, you may have a good comprehension of what your own organisation is doing, but do you have the wider picture? To be seriously valued as a reward professional you need to understand everything. With complete accuracy. Not just reading a textbook or newspaper but the real nuts and bolts detail of the public sector reward scene today.

This conference taps into the information that will turn beginners into pros and let experienced reward professionals stay at the top of the ladder.

Join us and by the end of the day, you’ll have a full appreciation of public sector reward. Everything from total reward to contribution pay, managing reward through an economic downturn to using reward to underpin culture change and understanding all the options for pay structure development.

Key topics

  • Recognising performance

  • Managing total reward

  • Developing job families

  • Improving reward communication

  • Progression linked to contribution

  • How to modernise and change

  • Minimising equal pay risks

  • Working with trade unions

  • Designing transparent and consistent pay structures

  • Managing employee benefits

Six real life case histories
You’ll be taken through a series of real life case stories, showing how a range of public sector organisations have modernised their reward practices:

1. Kent County Council
Making KCC a great place to work

2. Communities & Local Government
Achieving the balance between competing reward principles

3. University of Nottingham
Do job families really work?

4. London Borough of Camden
Understanding total reward from the employees’ perspective

5. Civil Aviation Authority
Delivering an effective employee benefits programme whilst managing costs

6. Westminster City Council
Revamping reward

Want to know more?

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--> Booking is easy. If you are interested in attending, please let us know as soon as you can. To be assured of a place, click here to book.

--> Fees:

  • Public sector and voluntary organisations: Early bird booking discount - £395.00 + VAT per delegate if you book before Friday 10 April - a saving of £70; £465.00 + VAT for bookings after 10 April.

  • Supplier rate (consultants and vendors to the market etc): £495.00 + VAT per delegate.

--> Click here to download the PDF programme and brochure.

Who should attend?

Anyone involved or interested in reward across the public sector:

  • Reward and HR directors

  • Heads of reward

  • Reward managers and other compensation and benefits specialists

  • HR professionals with responsibility for reward

  • Reward consultants