Join this panel of reward experts to learn:

  • The immediate reward challenges other reward practitioners are facing in the recovery phase of the pandemic
  • The areas of reward that will become more important in new working environments
  • How talent retention and engagement will impact reward post pandemic
  • How employers can address the wage disparity that's been highlighted during the pandemic
Watch the on-demand webinar

In the past few months, reward practitioners have been a critical partner for business leaders who have been trying to balance keeping their businesses alive and the safety and wellbeing of their employees.  

The initial phase of the Coronavirus crisis was focused on implementing pay freezes and salary reductions in order to survive the recession, and prioritizing the mental and financial wellbeing of employees. The next phase will need to focus on business recovery, getting employees back to work safely, and adapting reward strategies to reflect new budgets and employee expectations.

In this webinar, CURO and a panel of reward experts share advice on overcoming the current and future reward challenges that are developing as a result of the pandemic.

Meet the panelists

Ruth Thomas

Ruth Thomas
Co-Founder and Senior Consultant
CURO

Ruth Thomas has over 30 years of global HR and reward management experience. She is a Senior Consultant at CURO and is one of the company’s co-founders. Ruth is an expert in the management of compensation processes and the design of pay and benefit structures, salary progression systems and management incentive plans.

Ruth recently led the vision and development of CURO’s new pay equity solutions – a UK Gender Pay Gap reporting tool and a CURO Pay Equity Analysis Software.

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John Grover
Chief People Officer and Co-Founder
Endsight

As Chief People Officer at Endsight, John is responsible for talent acquisition, employee engagement, performance, and traditional HR responsibilities such as benefits and payroll.

John received his MBA from the University of Phoenix and was recently accepted into Harvard Business School's Certificate of Management Excellence program. He is a lifelong learner, constantly aiming to expand his knowledge both inside and outside the classroom. In the last year, John has written over 60 articles about leadership, company values, and learning.

Evan- Davidge

Evan Davidge
Total Reward & Wellbeing Consultant
The Wellbeing Leader

Evan has over 20 years’ experience working as a reward and wellbeing specialist for many organisations, across most sectors and internationally. In recent years he conceptualised and led the implementation of a multi-award winning employee wellbeing programme for a major global company. As a freelancer, Evan offers strategic advice, practitioner training and resources focused on total reward and workplace wellbeing.

Evan is a Chartered Fellow of the CIPD, acting as a personal reward tutor / trainer for the Institute and World of Work Association respectively. He is also a Community Concept Advisor for the International WELL Building Institute. 

Angela Williams

Angela Williams
Chief People Officer
Crossrail

Angela Williams is currently the Chief People Officer at Crossrail, Chairman of CURO, and Non-Executive Director and Chair of the Remuneration Committee with Sovereign Housing and NED for AND.digital.

Angela has extensive experience in partnering with CEOs and Boards, global change and transformation, as well as leadership and membership of remuneration, audit and nominations committees.  She is also a Fellow of the CIPD; the IOD, and the ILM.  Angela has won awards for her work on diversity and inclusion, change and transformation and brand impact.

Some of Angela's previous roles include Chief People Officer and Director of Business Effectiveness at British Airways, Group People Director at Which?, and Group HR Director for Sodexo.