Addressing the reward agenda at the CIPD Annual Reward Conference

20 January 2012 |

Two partners from Abbiss Cadres spoke at the CIPD’s very successful Annual Reward Conference on 23 February 2010 on “Facing New Legal and Tax Regimes – a challenge to comply, opportunities to innovate.”

Other speakers included specialists from a number of leading international private sector and public organisations.

The session focussed on the new challenges for reward professionals including the impact of the proposed Equality Bill; significant new powers for the FSA contained in the Financial Services Bill affecting potentially all financial services companies and their reward practices; linking risk to reward policies; strategies to address the increasing tax burden for higher earners in the UK and to enhance cash flow for businesses in what may prove to be challenging years ahead.

If you would like to explore any of these issues please do contact Guy Abbiss on +44 (0) 203 051 5711 to arrange an initial discussion, without obligation.

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