breakfast briefing



The future of workplace benefits: a briefing with Charles Cotton, CIPD

Are you being pulled in all directions; satisfying an increasingly complex audience of stakeholders whilst dealing with external pressures driven by changing government policy?

Join us on Tuesday 26 February to hear Charles Cotton, Senior performance and reward adviser, CIPD discuss the various approaches that you can adopt to successfully achieve an employee benefits offering which meets the needs of your people whilst demonstrating added-value to the business.

We will also discuss highlights from our joint thought-leadership report, including how most HR professionals are not measuring the return on investment of their employee benefits. We will help you to learn how to do this and advise on how this data can inform your business strategy.

Come and listen to industry leaders and share your challenges in a room of like-minded professionals. This is a great opportunity to ask questions and to network with your peers.

Who should attend?

This breakfast briefing is relevant to those involved in driving HR strategy and delivery of employee benefits and wellbeing, including pension managers with an interest in employee benefits

About our guest speaker

Charles Cotton – Senior adviser to the CIPD for performance and reward.

Charles directs the CIPD's performance and reward research agenda. He has led research into: how employers can help improve their employees’ understanding of their personal finances; how front-line managers make and communicate reward decisions to their employees; and how employers manage the risks around reward.

He is also responsible for the CIPD’s public policy reward work and has given evidence to select committees on banking pay, redundancy awards as well as responding to various consultations, such as on pensions, retirement and MPs’ expenses.


LCP offices
95 Wigmore Street
London, W1U 1DQ


8:30am    Registration
8:45am    Briefing starts
10:00am  Expected finish time

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