NHS organisations provide some of the most comprehensive and attractive employment packages available. Adopting a strategic approach to reward can help employers meet workforce challenges such as attraction, recruitment, retention and staff engagement.
Increasing recruitment and retention through reward
Read how this trust developed a comprehensive reward package to play a vital role in its recruitment and retention campaign.
18 October 2021
Ways to communicate reward
Using technology to communicate your reward offer
These examples give you a snapshot of how some NHS organisations are using technology to make staff aware of their reward and benefits.
14 January 2021
This infographic shows the channels you could use to promote your reward package and reach as many staff as possible.
28 September 2020
Reward resources and guidance
Total Reward Engagement Network (TREN)
TREN brings together colleagues from across the NHS with an interest in reward to develop, share knowledge and experiences.
The business case for reward
This article considers why having a reward and benefits package is important for staff and how it can be used to address workforce challenges.
27 October 2020
Reward and the People Plan
Max Liversuch, Programme Manager at NHS Employers, explores the We are the NHS: People Plan 2020/21 and its impact on reward.
18 February 2021
Financial wellbeing guide
This guide provides you with a four-step approach to implementing a financial wellbeing strategy in your organisation.
14 January 2020
Total Reward Engagement Network
The next Total Reward Engagement Network (TREN) session will be held virtually.
26 November 2021 10:00 - 12:00 GMT
NHS Pension Scheme - pension tax
Learn about how employers can help staff facing pension tax issues to support retention and service delivery.
11 November 2021 10:00 - 11:00 GMT
NHS Pension Scheme consultation - changes to member contributions
Information about the proposed changes, the potential impacts for scheme members and how employers can help inform our response to the consultation.
19 October 2021