Join CURO and Sage on this webinar to learn how to:

  • Align employee achievement and business outcomes 
  • Improve transparency for managers and employees
  • Empower managers to consistently make decisions that comply with your reward principles
  • Execute high impact, complex reward programs with technology
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Financial incentives are one of the most common strategies used by companies to attract and retain top talent. But for reward programs to be effective, your managers need the tools to make bonus and salary decisions that are fair, transparent and consistently align with your reward principles.  

In this webinar, CURO's Senior Consultant, Ruth Thomas, and Ralph Steward, VP Reward at Sage explore how Sage transformed its reward programs by empowering managers through technology, framework, and an expansive resource center. 

About the presenters

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.

Prior to joining CURO, Ruth held roles at Lloyds TSB Group, Price Waterhouse Coopers, Dow Jones Group and Credit Suisse.

Ralph Steward

Ralph Steward
VP Reward, Sage

Ralph Steward has over 30 years of experience in Reward and HR. He's been the VP Reward at Sage for over 2 years and prior to joining Sage spent 5 years as the Reward Director UK&I and EMEA for Experian. He has also held various Regional/Country Reward and HR roles.

Ralph has implemented and worked with numerous HR systems including SAP, Oracle, PeopleSoft, SuccessFactors, and CURO. He is a keen advocate of HR (and in particular Reward) software and how it can improve effectiveness and efficiency of Reward Programs.