About this event
In the modern world, work has changed dramatically, requiring businesses to make numerous adjustments. While technology is becoming more advanced and the needs of the workforce are shifting, one area that has been left behind is how organisations reward their staff. In fact, compensation and benefits are now a leading indicator of employee retention.
The traditional 'one-size-fits-all' strategy for rewards and benefits is outdated and fits-none. Organisations must consider the psychology and philosophy of the future workforce to be able to support employees and demonstrate care.
In this exclusive Limeade and HRD Connect webinar, we will:
Dr. Shane-Simpson is a Researcher at Limeade Institute. She is an experienced mixed method researcher with expertise in developmental psychology and media studies. Dr. Shane-Simpson has led research teams investigating links between online behavior, cultural norms, and social capital cultivated in digital environments. She has written >30 publications and presented at cross-disciplinary regional, national, and internal conferences. She is currently engaging in employee well-being research that explores the process of behavior change through the use of digital tools.
Tony Deblauwe is the Vice President of Human Resources at Celigo. Tony's experience growing up in Silicon Valley gave him a unique perspective working in start-ups and enterprise companies. This early exposure translated to his HR career, giving him a broad view of what it takes for people to be successful in their job and while also feeling valued and engaged. As an HR Leader, he turned his passion for building strong cultures in organizations into methods that help employees and leaders work more optimally. Besides his company work, Tony is also a published author, app developer and coach.
Bukola Bayo-Yusuf is an award-winning HR professional with nearly two decades of HR experience in a variety of roles ranging from early careers recruitment and development, leadership and talent development, performance management and more recently as the Head of HR Business Partnering for central functions within a FTSE company.