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Revealed: Reward 300 Individual Awards shortlist

The Reward 300 2019 and seven leading lights from across the professions will be revealed at the 10th Anniversary Reward 300 Gala Dinner & Awards, sponsored by Cintra HR & Payroll, on June 5th.

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Who will be 2019's leading lights?
Who will be 2019's leading lights?

In 2009, the Payroll Top 50 was launched to recognise the most influential individuals in the profession. Over the years, the remit of payroll has widened considerably. The function no longer focusses on technical tasks alone, but also strategic ones.

 

Therefore, the move into this wider space - known to be reward - has meant the make-up of the index has also changed, and gradually become The Reward 300.

 

This year 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.

 

Those shortlisted for the Reward 300 Individual Awards, can be found below:

 

100 Payroll Leaders, including 25 International Specialists, sponsored by Cintra HR & Payroll

Ros Hendren, Consultant at Well Paid Consulting

Richie Jones, Head of Global Payroll at Deliveroo

Robert Evans, Head of Payroll & Pensions at Ofgem

Aaron Mudd, European Pay and Benefits Manager at Lush Fresh Handmade Cosmetics

 

50 Reward Industry Luminaries

Ian Hodson, Head of Reward at University of Lincoln

Alison Fisk, Head of Reward & Engagement at Sunrise Senior Living

Rosemary Lemon, Group Head of Reward at Hays

Megan O’Shaughnessy, Senior Consumer Reward at BT

 

50 Leaders within Knowledge and Professional Services

Nick Day, Managing Director at JGA Recruitment

Lou Gray, Payroll Manager at PwC

Will Lovegrove, Chief Executive at pensionsync

Karen Thomson, Partner at Armstrong Watson

 

25 Pension Professionals, sponsored by EQ Global

Ros Altmann, Former Pensions Minister

Kay Ingram, Director of Public Policy at LEBC Group

 

25 HR Leaders, sponsored by JGA Recruitment

Elizabeth Strong, HR Operations Manager at Kerry Group

Luke Wilkins, Head of HR at Gett

 

25 Employee Benefits Experts

Neil Robson, Benefits Contracts Manager at Northumbrian Water

Suzanne Foody, Benefits & Reward Manager at Sunrise Senior Living

 

25 Employment Lawyers

Helen Farr, Partner at Fox Williams

Tarun Tawakley, Head of Employment Law and Commercial Litigation at Deliveroo

 

Find out more about the Reward 300 Individual Awards here.

 

The celebratory evening, which will also reveal The Reward 300 2019, will take place the first evening of the Payroll & Reward Conference, headline sponsored by Western Union Business Solutions, at the Chelsea Harbour Hotel, London.

 

To buy tickets for the events mentioned, call or email Jamie from our delegate sales team on 020 7940 4832, or visit the events page.

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