EVENING EVENT - START 6.30PM SHARP, FOLLOWED BY DRINKS AND CANAPES AT 7.30PM IN THE LAW SOCIETY BAR
Employees’ health and
wellbeing is very much a live issue. Employers are seeking to manage
costs, increase worker engagement and plan for the long term needs of a
changing workforce. But making a real difference, and measuring results,
is a challenge.
We are very pleased to have Saumya Barber and Neil Greenfield from Unum to discuss some of the latest thinking on this topic.
Please join us for what should be a thought provoking presentation.
We would be grateful if you would register using the button below to give us an idea of likely numbers attending, although all are welcome even if you haven't registered.
Further to the meeting held a year ago on Corporate Social Responsibility with Credit Agricole and the International Labour Organisation, we are pleased to look at the subject matter from a different angle: financial security of employees related to long-term illness or disability and how this is addressed in global social benefits policies.
Paolo Marini of Zurich will present the just-released results published in October 2017 of a 3-year study focusing on income protection gaps (IPG). This study was done by Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, Oxford University and Zurich Group and investigates how public and private sectors can work together to close IPGs. It includes actionable solutions that employers can provide in addressing this issue.
Related to the income protection gap and expanding to overall wellbeing and protection of employees, we are excited to hear about the global social benefit programs put in place by three major French multinationals. What are they, how were they implemented and is there a return on investment?
Aurelie Stephan,Group Compensation & Benefits Manager at Legrand
Chrisilla Kohary, Global Benefits Manager at Danone
Marc Raymond, Director Global Benefits Development at L'Oréal
The event starts at 5pm and will be followed by our annual Christmas cocktail.
IEBA has come a long way since Hugh Gallagher gave his first IEBA wine tasting in 1997. Twenty years on it is only fitting that a 20th anniversary tasting should be somewhat special.
What better way to mark the growth and development of IEBA than by selecting a wine from each country where IEBA has a local branch?
The lineup will therefore be wines related to Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Nordic Region, Switzerland, UK and USA. (We indicate "related to” since two of the locations will feature wines from countries with historical connections to two of the countries listed.) Finally, to complete our usual practice of offering ten wines, there will be a "joker round” with one country featuring twice, just to make predictions a little less easy. A fine sample of best burgundy will be awarded to those who correctly name the provenance of all the wines in the right order. Don’t miss this alternative IEBA educational opportunity!
IEBA wine tastings are informal occasions for enjoyment and networking, without missing the chance to drink a toast (or two) to IEBA’s last 20 years of solid progress.
As always, registration is on a first come first served basis given the limitation on numbers. Participants from IEBA branches outside the UK are more than welcome.
We have had to increase the fee for the wine tasting slightly to £38 per person, but we hope that you will agree that it still represents extraordinarily good value as it includes Hugh's pâtés, terrines, cheeses, breads and fruit from Belgium in addition to the 10 wines.
Please register using the link below. We look forward to seeing you there!
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