Thrive Webcast - Curating a Compelling Employee Value Proposition


Thrive Webcast Series - Curating a Compelling Employee Value Proposition

Live Webcast: 22 February 2018

  • Overview
    • Join us for our upcoming complimentary webcasts, as we share Mercer's latest research and point of view on what it means and what is takes for organizations, workforce and individuals to thrive in this age of disruption.

      We will also discuss insights and practices from industry thought leaders and innovators on how to reimagine the workforce of the future and on how to empower this future workforce to thrive.

      In the second of this webcast series in February, we will introduce Mercer’s new Total Rewards framework that will enable HR leaders to curate a compelling value proposition

      To learn more on what it takes to thrive, click here.

  • Speakers
    • Puneet Swani
      Career Business Leader, Growth Markets

      Puneet is a Partner and the Career Business Leader for Growth Markets. During his eighteen years of consulting experience, Puneet has provided advice to leading local and multinational organizations across more than 25 countries in the Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa region.  Puneet has worked extensively in areas of talent management, rewards strategy design and benchmarking, variable pay design, broad-banding and job evaluation across industries. Puneet is an experienced facilitator and instructional designer and regularly facilitates workshops for HR leadership teams. Puneet has a postgraduate diploma in management.

      Lewis Garrad
      Engagement Practice Leader, Growth Markets

      Lewis leads Mercer's employee engagement and research consulting practice for Growth Markets where he applies his training in organizational psychology and experience in the development of employee feedback and engagement programs to help HR and executives link them to organizational strategies and goals. Lewis is chartered by the British Psychological Society (BPS) as an Occupational Psychologist and he graduated from the University of Nottingham in the UK with an MSc in Occupational Psychology and a First Class Honours BSc in Psychology and uCognitive Neuroscience.