Our series of blogs share different approaches to reward from colleagues in the NHS.
Improving reward and retention with TREN
Stephen King, Organisational Development Facilitator at North East Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (NEAS) shares what he has gained from being a member of the Total Reward Engagement Network since 2018.
Reward and the NHS People Plan 2020/21
Max Liversuch of NHS Employers explores the We are the NHS: People Plan 2020/21 and its impact on reward.
What we learned from Reward in the NHS 2019
Rachel Bickerdike, programme manager at NHS Employers, shares her reflections from the 2019 reward event and the key learning that came out of the day.
Being the employer of choice - reward in integrated care systems
Sheena Cumiskey, chief executive at Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust spoke at Reward in the NHS 2019. Here, Max Liversuch of NHS Employers reflects on her session.
The numbers game: retention and reward
Sean King is a policy manager at NHS Employers in the employment relations and reward directorate. In this blog he shares his views on pay, reward and the global workforce challenge.
Why I found the 2017 Reward in the NHS event so useful
Alex Baker, resourcing lead for Northern Care Alliance NHS Group, shares why she found the 2017 Reward in the NHS event so useful, and why she recommends anyone in HR in the NHS to attend.
Benefits Everyone: a day at the reward festival
Max Liversuch and Farhan Aziz of NHS Employers attended the ‘Benefits Everyone Summer Festival’ at the Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Find out about their experiences of the festival in this blog.
Improving reward through employee benefits groups
Emma Skitt of NHS Employers finds out how Dorset HealthCare University NHS Foundation Trust created an employee benefit group to review its reward approach and communications.