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ITN head of reward: “Changes must be implemented without collateral implications”

Ahead of the Autumn Update 2019, Tim Robertson, head of reward, at  ITN takes part in a 60 second interview.

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Tim Robertson of ITN will be speaking at the Autumn Update 2019
Tim Robertson of ITN will be speaking at the Autumn Update 2019

Robertson will be speaking at the conference, taking place on December 5th at the Hilton London Bankside.

 

Reward Strategy (RS): What do you think has been the most visible change to pay and reward in the last year?

Tim Robertson (TR): “Clearly a big change has been the move to cloud-based systems (i.e. payroll, HR, compensation, etc systems). For the larger firms this has also been a rationale to fully join-up their systems and ensure they communicate.

 

“Another change I’ve seen has been greater communication between payroll, HR and reward, which is been critical given the raft of regulation and policy changes.”

 

RS: What do you think are, currently and will be, the biggest trials facing pay and reward professionals?

TR: “The challenge of operationalising ideas/policy changes. Given the dynamic rewards environment, with gender/BAME pay changes, family friendly policy changes, various regulatory changes, it will be key that any changes agreed can actually be implemented without collateral implications.”

 

RS: What is going to be the biggest area of investment for your payroll function in the next 12 months?

TR: “The system. Ensuring that our payroll and HR systems communicate and can provide us with the timely data needed to run reports and influence decisions.”

 

RS: Without giving too much away, what two things will delegates learn from your session?
TR: “How to bring together differing expectations, in the workplace, into a cohesive reward strategy. As well as, where a one-size fits all approach works and where it doesn’t.”

 

RS: What session are you looking forward to at this year’s Autumn Update?
TR: “The Pay Transparency: tackling pay gaps session.”

 

The Rewards, sponsored by Cintra HR & Payroll Services, take place the evening of the Autumn Update. Free entries to the awards end on August 30th.

 

Save £100 on conference tickets by booking before September 13th. Reach out to Jamie Thomas, from our delegates team, by calling 020 7940 4832 or email. Or, take a look at the event website here.

 

If you are interested in speaking opportunities or sponsorship, please speak to Ben Miller, commercial director, by calling 020 7940 4803 or email. Or, take a look at the media pack here.

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