Reward in the NHS

When: 09 / 5 / 2019 10am - 09 / 5 / 2019 4.30pm

When: 09 / 5 / 2019 10am - 09 / 5 / 2019 4.30pm
Where: etc.venues St. Paul's
Address: 200 Aldersgate
London
EC1A 4HD
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Our Reward in the NHS event is an opportunity for colleagues from across the NHS to connect, learn and share ideas.

You will be able to gather knowledge and insight from a range of experts from both within and outside of the NHS, and hear examples of good practice.

This is our second reward event and at just £199 per person it should not be missed.

Who should attend

Reward in the NHS will be of interest to HR directors, their deputies, HR managers and those with an interest in reward and with responsibility for reward.

Timings

The event will begin at 10am, with registration and networking from 9am. We have a fantastic programme of speakers. Further details are available in the programme for the day.

Download the programme. 

Please note: This outline programme and timings are subject to change.

How to book

To book your place complete the online booking form. Please read our terms and conditions before booking.

If you have any queries about the event or your booking, please contact a member of our events team at eventbookings@nhsemployers.org or on 0844 800 5987.

Exhibition and sponsorship opportunities

There will be a number of benefit suppliers showcasing their latest products and services. So far, we have confirmed:

A range of sponsorship opportunities are available for this event. For more information about how to get involved please email supporters@nhsemployers.org or call 0113 306 3098.

For more details, have a look at our supporters brochure.

Our event partner is Salary Finance. 

 

 


EVENT CONTACT DETAILS

Reward
reward@nhsemployers.org

When:
09 / 5 / 2019 10am - 09 / 5 / 2019 4.30pm
Where: etc.venues St. Paul's
Address:
200 Aldersgate
London
EC1A 4HD
Add to Google Calendar
Download iCalendar file

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