Reward Resources

Reward library
We have produced a suite of tools and resources to support your organisation’s approach to reward. These include resources on communicating reward to your employees, how reward can support your organisational priorities and a range of case studies and blogs sharing what others are doing around reward. They are easy to download and share with colleagues. 

Case studies

Case studies

Find out how other organisations' reward approaches and how they have used reward to help meet workforce challenges.

Blogs

Blogs

Read our series of blogs sharing different approaches to reward.

Podcasts and videos

Podcasts and Videos

Our podcasts and videos share how the NHS and local government are responding to the reward challenge.

Briefings and guidance

Briefings and guidance

Access our range of briefings and guidance designed to help you and your organisation develop and communicate your reward offer.

Top tips and tools

Top tips and tools

Download and share our range of checklists and templates to help you and your organisation on your reward journey.

Newsletters

Newsletters

Check out our quarterly newsletters giving you the latest developments and insights around pay and reward in the NHS.

Research

Research

The evidence behind the links between reward and staff engagement are highlighted in our research and handy one-page summary.

Related News

Speakers announced for Reward in the NHS event

Find out who is speaking at the Reward in the NHS event taking place on 9 May 2019 in London and book your place.

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Reward in the NHS newsletter now available

Download and share the January 2019 edition of our pay and reward newsletter featuring the latest news, developments and expert insight.

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