Organisations of all sizes need to transition to a technology-enhanced environment, while ensuring that their workforce thrives. This year's theme will be People make digital work – Reward the workforce for the future, addressing the board's Talent's key issues, the technology driven new era and how HR is evolving to support the business and be a key player in planning for a digital workforce.
Join our two-day conference to understand how organisations need to prepare for the future of work and develop a people strategy empowered by technology.
The 2018 conference will provide you with:
Professor Emeritus of World Competitiveness, IMD business school and the University of Lausanne, Switzerland
For the first time in years, the world economy experiences a synchronized recovery: the US, Europe, and Asia are growing, Brazil and Russia are improving. Even inflation is a mild concern. How solid is growth as we enter the digital era? Is it the top of a "bull cycle" that began on 9 March 2009? Beyond the recovery, fundamental trends define the future of the global economy: international tax reforms, a flurry of regulations, the rise of protectionism, changes in corporate ownership because of M&A, the globalization of companies from emerging markets, and new technologies that will affect productivity and work.
A new economy emerges, increasingly immaterial, driven by intangible assets, new business models based on technologies, data transactions, and possibly cryptocurrencies. In this brave new world, what management competencies and personal skills will ensure competitiveness, make people & digital work, and enable individuals to thrive? Are they compatible with the attitudes and expectations of a multi-generational workforce? The right mindset will be the key to success. How can it be developed and nurtured throughout companies?View his biography
3 October, 13.00 — 16.00
In order to give participants an opportunity to take full advantage of the EMEA Compensation and Benefits Conference, we will be offering a complimentary pre-conference session focused on International Position Evaluation (IPE).
This event is open to IPE licensees and current users only.
If you do not use Mercer's job evaluation system and would like to learn more about it, please request a one-to-one meeting with our experts when registering for the conference.
3 October, 14.30 — 16.00
During this complimentary session, participants will gain insights on how workforce metrics can drive business results with data. We will discuss latest reward and workforce metrics trends, present a case study about the use of metrics to deliver HR business intelligence and introduce you to the Mercer | Comptryx tool.View Workshop Details
The session is aimed at HR Managers, Compensation & Benefits Managers, and HR Metrics & Analytic Specialists.
Our European Information Package (EIP) and European Knowledge Package include one or more seats (depending on the purchased package) at our Africa HR Summit, Expatriate Management Conference and EMEA Compensation & Benefits Conference! Mercer's European packages are cost-effective solutions created specifically for organisations and individuals managing compensation, benefits, and mobility activities within the EMEA region or on a global level.
Check out the highlights from our 2017 EMEA Compensation & Benefits Conference in London.
For more information about Mercer's EMEA Compensation & Benefits events please contact Maylis Chollet:
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The 2018 EMEA Compensation and Benefits Conference qualifies for recertification credit for the Certified Compensation Professional® (CCP®), Certified Benefits Professional® (CBP), Global Remuneration Professional (GRP®), Work-Life Certified Professional® (WLCP®), Certified Sales Compensation Professional (CSCP)®, Certified Executive Compensation Professional (CECP)®, Advanced Certified Compensation Professional (ACCP)™ and Master Certified Compensation Professional (MCCP)™ designations granted by WorldatWork Society of Certified Professionals.
For more information on recertification, visit the WorldatWork Society recertification webpage at www.worldatwork.org/certification/recertification.