Mercer | Future of Total Rewards

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Future of Total Rewards

08 December 2016  Belgium, Brussels

  • Programme
    • The employment landscape is rapidly changing to adopt to future needs of business growth and globalization. With smarter technologies and a need for innovation and critical competences, many companies face a big talent shortage in some areas and a declining demand in others. How can you better prepare for this change?

      During this session you will have the opportunity to discuss future trends in total rewards and what Mercer has found to be key challenges and opportunities for multinational firms with Antonis Christidis, Mercer's European leader for the data business.

      Antonis will share views on the future of total rewards what are the recent trends, how we deal with aging population, what should you consider as an employer.

      Participation

      The event is free of charge but seats are limited but registration is required.

      Speaker

      Antonis Christidis is a partner in Mercer’s Talent business and is the Information and Technology Solutions leader for Europe. Prior to that, he held the role of Rewards Practice leader for Europe. He is now responsible for all compensation and benefits surveys, mobility and related consulting product offerings.

      Before joining Mercer in 2009 as a principal rewards consultant, Antonis worked with another international consulting firm offering compensation and organisational effectiveness services to clients across industries and geographies. At Mercer, he has worked with numerous global organisations to help define, implement and maintain their compensation and benefits systems. He has extensive experience working with consumer goods, energy and engineering organisations in Europe, the Middle East and Southeast Asia.

      Antonis holds a BCom in economics and business administration from the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University in South Africa, and an MSc in financial and business economics from the University of Essex, UK.