The way we interact with and manage our workforces is rapidly changing. Employee demographics have never been as diversified as they are today and the availability of technological tools has also never been greater.
With all of these changes come great opportunities but also potential pitfalls. It is thus important that we all, as C&B professionals, understand that these changes require us all to reassess the way that we implement and manage our C&B programs.
This year’s C&B meeting has been designed to share and explore these pressing issues in collaboration with you.
12.00 – 13.00 Lunch
13.00 – 14.00 Global and Local Compensation & Benefits Trends - the latest results of our Global Talent Trends Survey will be presented and will be translated to determine how these trends apply to the Belgian ‘local’ context.
14.00 – 14.30 Building Compelling Careers - how do you build and communicate compelling careers to your employees
14.30 – 15.00 Coffee break
15.00 – 16.00 Workforce Analytics Case: Learn to analyze your own organization - A hands-on exercise where you will see how data driven HR can be utilized to manage your workforce
16.00 – 16.30 Cultural Differences: an introduction and how it links to C&B - The Compensation & Benefits field tends to be data driven but the importance of the communication and implementation of strategies is often under estimated. This is made even harder by a multi-cultural workforce. We will provide an introduction to cultural differences and show you how this can be applied to your daily C&B initiatives.
16.30 – 17.00 Data insights in the latest results of our Total Remuneration Survey Belgium - Last but not least, we will of course provide you with our latest insights in our Total Remuneration Survey Belgium 2016 results.
For this year's C&B meeting we have chosen the inspiring setting of Living Tomorrow.
1800 Vilvoorde (Brussels)
The concept of Living Tomorrow is unique in the world. It provides a hub for innovative enterprises and showcases how new technologies will change our future life, home and workplace.
If you are interested in attending this event, please contact your Mercer Consultant or Annie Vanooteghem.