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Payroll & Reward Conference

Wed Jun 3, 2020 - Thu Jun 4, 2020
09:00 - 16:00
The Chelsea Harbour Hotel, London
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A future-focused perspective on payroll, HR, and reward

 

3 - 4 June 2020 

Chelsea Harbour London | London


 

With a combined 40 years’ experience in leading payroll events, Reward Strategy and The Payroll Centre have joined forces to create the UK’s largest independent conference. Combining technical and regulatory compliance content, this conference will provide you with all you need to run a successful payroll function.

 

Benefits of attending:

  • The Payroll Centre’s expert tutors will be present to go through any payroll issues or questions you may have
  • Bringing you vital updates on legislation and tax with a government official speaker
  • HR’s most pressing subject is discussed: How gig economy is affecting HR
  • Valuable experiences shared in light of GDPR
  • The latest on gender pay gap reporting from a Head of Diversity perspective
  • Excellent networking opportunities, with access to a wider audience than ever before, including the Reward 300

 

 

 

 

 

 

Following the first day, the Reward 300 will be revealed at the gala dinner.

 



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Speakers


Karen Penney

Vice President Payment Products
Western Union Business Solutions

Tim Kelsey

Lecturer
The Payroll Centre

Julie Northover ChFCIPPdip

Payroll Specialist
PayPartner

Ken Gurr

Education Director
The Payroll Centre

Neil Esslemont

Head of Industry Liaison
The Pensions Regulator
Mike Tremeer

Mike Tremeer

Senior Associate
Fladgate

Clare Warrington

Senior Finance Manager - Payroll
GIST

Ian Holloway

Payroll Writer And Lecturer
Cintra HR & Payroll Services

John Berry

Customer Engagement Team Senior Officer
HMRC

Michelle Sutton

Head of Compensation and Reward
SUEZ Recycling & Recovery UK Ltd
Debra Evans

Debra Evans

Global payroll Director
Aon

Elizabeth Strong

HR Operations Manager
Kerry Group

Stacey Hooper

Payroll Supervisor
Virgin Atlantic Airways

Tim Robertson

UK Compensation & Benefits
Microsoft

Joanne Rees

Head of People Strategy and Planning
M&S

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For the second year running, Reward Strategy and The Payroll Centre have joined two of the leading payroll conferences in the UK - Bringing together buyers and suppliers in one location, sponsorship provides you with a valuable arena to ensure your company is seen by the right people.

 

How to become a sponsor:

 

Complete the sponsorship inquiry from and a member of the Reward Strategy sales team will be in contact

 

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Sponsorship benefits:

 

  • Access decision-makers
  • Capture the attention of your target audience
  • Generate leads
  • Provide attendees a ’taste’ of your business
  • Gain face to face contact with key buyer
  • Differentiate your brand from competitors
  • Be seen as the provider of choice
  • Receive significant exposure via the extensive marketing campaign

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Exhibiting and sponsorship options are extensive, and packages can be tailor-made to suit your individual company’s needs, for more information please contact:

Ben Miller

Commercial Director

Email: BMiller@shardfinancialmedia.com

Tel: 020 7940 4803




2019 Sponsors

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Knowledge Partners
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Reward 300
Payroll 100 HR Leaders 25
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Agenda

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DAY 1: WEDNESDAY 5th June


10.30: Registration and check-in

Network with other delegates and enjoy refreshments before the conference starts


11.15 - 12.00: 1-2-1 payroll surgery sessions with The Payroll Centre's tutors

Book a session with our payroll experts to run through any specific questions or issues you need support on


12.00 - 12.45: Lunch served


12.45 - 13.15: Conference introduction, welcome and The future of payroll update

Neil Hollister, CEO, The Payroll Centre and Luke Broadhurst, CEO, Reward Strategy, Richard George and Ken Gurr, kick off the conference proceedings


13.15 - 14.00 Holistic payroll policies to drive employee happiness, customer success and a solid bottom line

As organisations navigate today’s world of political upheaval, trade tensions and digital disruption, the payroll function is tasked with maintaining consistency for employees, while transforming itself to deliver to the highest regulatory standards. This keynote will talk about the importance of holistic payroll policies to promote talent retention and company reputation. We will also talk about how Finance and Treasury departments can innovate to achieve efficiencies and manage payments in a way that reduces risk and impacts the bottom line.

Karen Penney, Vice President Payment Products, Western Union Business Solutions


14.00 - 14.45: The future of payroll update

Ken Gurr FCIPP MILM discusses the future changes in legislation that will impact on payroll professionals

Kenn Gurr, Payroll Training and Education Director, The Payroll Centre


14.45 - 15.15: Tea and coffee served


15.15 - 15.55: Breakout Sessions

15.15 - 15.55: Breakout Session 1 - The Ireland Update

In 2019, The Republic of Ireland moved into Real Time Information. We look at Reporting and outcomes for the change along with challenges and an update on Irish Payroll processes and procedures

Tim Kelsey, Lecturer, The Payroll Centre

15.15 - 15.55: Breakout Session 2 - Payroll Processes: Streamlining the Workload

This is a session that will address the practical business-improvement matters for your payroll function, including continuous improvement. How have the panellists utilised technology to streamline their payroll processes?

With a focus on effective communication between payroll staff and word from the trenches, what are some ‘better’ ways of working? And there will be talk about payroll benchmarking, what should typical running costs be for a payroll function

 

Chair

Adele Hauxwell

Head of Payroll & HR

TridentTrust

 

Clare Warrington

Senior Finance Manager Payroll

GIST

Michelle Sutton

Head of Reward & Pensions

Suez

 

 

Stacey Hooper

Payroll Supervisor

Virgin Atlantic Airways

 

 

15.15- 15.55: Breakout Session 3 - Managing a global workforce in an ever changing world

Taking you through the challenges of keeping a global workforce happy and explaining the improvements EQGlobal and PRA health sciences have worked on together to make sure employees are paid the right amount at the right time, no matter where they are in the world.

Rob Leftwich, VP Finance & Accounting EAPA, PRA Health Sciences and Faaria Choudhary, Relationship Director, EQ Global


15.55 - 16.35: Plenary session: Pension changes, reacting to Steady State

The pension regulator and pension management review re-enrollment, arriving at the steady state and the future of pension saving in the UK

Andy Nicholls, Industry Liason Manager, The Pensions Regulator

Henry Tapper, Director, First Acturial


18.30 - 23.30: Reward 300 Gala Dinner

The highly anticipated Reward 300 Gala Dinner will reveal the 2019 index.

DAY 2: THURSDAY 6th June


From 08.00: Registration, coffee and croissants


09.15 - 09.55: Fostering the Payroll / Reward Relationship

Regardless of your reporting line i.e. HR or Finance, the overall relationship between payroll and reward and HR should involve more collaboration in order that end-to-end pay management (from strategy, to policy, to communication and payment) is joined-up. This panel will host several senior reward professionals to talk about nurturing a strong payroll/reward relationship in order to better attract, engage and retain talent – all whilst ensuring compliance with regulation and a cohesive company strategy. Discussions will also be had around rewarding and retaining talent in a more digitally-aligned world of work

 

Chair

Amber Pritchard

Editor

Reward Strategy

Elizabeth Strong

HR Operations Manager – UK

Kerry Group

Megan O’Shaughnessy

Senior Consumer Reward

BT

 

Ian Hodson

Head of Reward/Deputy Director of Human Resources

University of Lincoln

 


09.55 - 10.35: Plenary session - Employment law

Mike Tremeer, from Fladgate LLP, takes us through key areas that have effected the HR and Payroll industry with respect to employment law.

Mike Tremeer, Employment Partner, Fladgate LLP


10.35 - 11.00: Tea and coffee served


11:00 - 11.55: Breakout Sessions

11.00 - 11.55: Breakout Session 1 - Opra - 12 months on - A benefits update

 

With the article 50 triggered and the transition period started we review the UK's exit and its current impact on payroll and employment

11.00 - 11.55: Breakout session 2 - Payroll Technology Survey

Technology is evolving within the Payroll arena faster than it ever has. Ceridian and Reward Strategy have commissioned a report to explore the trend and applications of technology within the industry. Join this session and hear from Ceridian’s Brian Sparling as he reveals the findings of the study.

 

Brian Sparling, Payroll Delivery Manager, Ceridian

11.00 - 11.45: Breakout session 3 - IR35, Working Status and the Private Sector

IR35 Off Payroll working moves into the private sector from April 2020. This session looks at the history, processes and how it will effect companies. It will also look at the effects on payroll and what planning needs to be considered

 

Clare Warner, The Payroll Center


11:55 - 12:30: HMRC "Question Time"

Following the format of the popular television program

  • Key stakeholders from HMRC and the Payroll Industry answer questions set by the audience
  • Experts answering questions
  • Opportunity to ask questions about HMRC

John Berry, Customer Engagement Officer, HMRC

 


12:30 - 13:30 - Lunch served

13.30 - 14.10: Breakout Session

13:30 - 14:10: Breakout Session 1 - International payroll and HR update

This session will look at key payroll changes happening around the globe and highlight some of the issues you should consider exploring further if you have responsibility for payrolls overseas. Topics to be addressed include:

Introduction of tax withholding in France

Changes to expat rules in the Netherlands

Digital Tax in Poland

 

Tim Kelsey, Lecturer, The Payroll Centre

13:30 - 14:10: Breakout Session 2 - The Brexit Update

 

Following months of political upheaval and ambiguity affecting all manners business; this session will address what we know now. As the dust begins to somewhat settle; the panel of speakers will speak honestly about the repercussions, how their payroll operations have been affected and the work ahead for them.

 

Chair

Lou Gray

PwC Complete Payroll - Payroll Manager Operations and Delivery

PwC

 

 

Coral Dunlop

Payroll Manager

Acxiom

 

Debra Evans

Global Payroll Director

Aon

 

 

Elizabeth Strong

HR Operations Manager – UK

Kerry Group

Daniel Charvill

Director, Legal

Western Union

13:30 - 14:10: Breakout Session 3 - UK devolution in work and payroll

The United Kingdom is becoming increasingly disunited as the implications of devolution impact UK payroll professionals on a day-to-day basis. Ian will look at each of the devolved nations and the issues that we have to be consider in our working lives, including:

  • Employment law
  • Student Loans
  • Statutory Payments
  • Income Tax
  • Skills

This session aims to deliver the message that, just because it comes from London, does not mean that it applies the same in each nation that makes-up our United Kingdom’.

 

Ian Holloway, Head of Legislation and Compliance, Cintra


14:15 - 15:00: Breakout Session

14:15 - 15:00: Breakout Session 1 -Trends and Challenges in the Client Payroll

A session looking at Payroll Bureaus including trends, challenges and best practice for large and small bureaus

Julie Northover, Payroll Specialist, PayPartner

14:15 - 15:00 Breakout Session 2 - Pay Gap Reporting and its future

The second "snapshot" date has past so we look at the results from the first return, changes for 2019, Executive Pay Ratio Reporting and what else is coming in the future.

 

Gill Dale-Skey, The Payroll Centre

Christine Tarrant, The Payroll Centre

14:15 - 15:00: Breakout Session 3 - NMW and employment status

This session reviews the changes, advice and support, and case law that effects employing and paying staff for the work they do (or don’t!), when, how are where they do it and how to treat holiday payments and what to include

 

Sue Fisher, Payroll Tutor, The Payroll Centre


15:00 - 15:15: Tea and coffee served


15:15 - 15:45: Making Careers in Payroll

 

 

In this session, Lou Gray takes us through her career in the payroll industry so far, highlighting areas of growth and opportunity.

 

Lou Gray, PwC Complete Payroll - Payroll Manager Operations and Delivery, PwC


15:45 - 16:20: Conference round up, key learnings and what does the future hold?
We review key deliveries, statements and learnings from the conference, feedback and questions received from the sessions and what the future and trends look like being in the coming
Richard George, Education Director, The Payroll Centre

16:20 - 16:30: Conference closes

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The location for the Payroll & Reward Conference is The Chelsea Harbour Hotel.

 

Chelsea Harbour Drive
Fulham
London
SW10 0XG

 

For more information regarding booking accommodation please contact our Events Team.

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TICKET TYPE

DELEGATE RATE: TWO DAY

DELEGATE RATE: ONE DAY

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Includes: Access to the conference on the 5 and 6 June and a single seat in the Silver zone at the Reward 300 dinner

 

Includes: Access to the conference on 5 or 6 June only
In-house/Client Super early bird ticket £732 + VAT £454 + VAT 28 February
In-house/Client early bird ticket £782 + VAT £570 + VAT 18 April
In-house/Client normal rate £832 + VAT £670 + VAT 5 June
Supplier rate £1495 + VAT* - Available now

 

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Charity / non-profit rates are available. For more information please call 020 7940 4832.

 


The 10th Anniversary Reward 300 Gala Dinner & Awards - 5 June

 

The Reward 300 2019 Gala Dinner has evolved to become The 10th Anniversary Reward 300 Gala Dinner & Awards.

 

2019 marks the 10th anniversary of the index, and to mark this special occasion we have evolved the recognition element to award the leading light from each of the seven sections.

 

The celebratory evening will take place at the Chelsea Harbour Hotel, in London, on 5 June. This follows the first day of the Payroll & Reward Conference, headline sponsored by Western Union Business Solutions.

 

*Supplier tickets do not include a seat at The Reward 300 Gala Dinner. A single seat can be purchased as a bolt on to a standard conference ticket for £199.

 


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Want to know more about the conference, the agenda, or wish to book? Simply call:

 

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Tel: 020 7940 4832

 


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The location for the 2019 Payroll & Reward Conference will be The Chelsea Harbour Hotel.

For more information regarding booking accommodation please contact our Events Team.

 

Chelsea Harbour Drive
Fulham
London
SW10 0XG

 

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The 11th Anniversary Reward 300 Gala Dinner & Awards


 

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The Reward 300 2020 Gala Dinner has evolved to become The 11th Anniversary Reward 300 Gala Dinner & Awards.

 

2020 marks the 11th anniversary of the index, and to mark this special occasion we have evolved the recognition element to award the leading light from each of the seven sections.

 

The celebratory evening will take place at the Chelsea Harbour Hotel, in London, on 4 June. This follows the first day of the Payroll & Reward Conference.

 

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