Through the provision of informative and challenging research and briefings, we enable HR and Reward Directors to engage with leading thinkers, expert practitioners and each other on the key issues affecting today’s performance, reward and governance agendas.
The programme comprises a combination of breakfast and evening briefings, masterclasses and workshops, research meetings, case studies, peer group discussion and member lunches, as well as participation in the annual international conference of our sister organisation Corporate Research Forum (CRF).
For full details, please view our forthcoming events listing below and ensure you are logged in to register online.
To download our full 2018 programme of research and events pleased click here.
Economic Outlook – A view from Professor Arturo Bris
After a year of deteriorating global and local security, political change, economic uncertainty and the escalation in social media led populism, 2018 is likely to be no less uncertain and fractious. It is also the year when the UK’s Brexit Strategy will take shape and our likely future relationships with Europe and, indeed, many other countries around the world will become apparent.
Governance – Where are we, how well are we doing, what should we do next?
At this meeting we will review the major theme of Corporate Governance from a broad range of different standpoints – reflecting the diverse range of stakeholders and opinions.
Health, Wellbeing and Benefits – Who is doing what, why and how much does it cost?
Wellbeing and healthcare are high on the agendas of government, policy makers and academics, together with many consultancies and, of course, healthcare providers. Regular, and often conflicting, new guidance – frequently un-evidenced – appears in the press about how individuals can take steps to help prevent, or recover from, both physical and mental health problems. But what are the facts about what is happening in practice and why? What are organisations doing, who are they doing it for, where do they see future developments and is there anything new in this space?
Masterclass – Strategic Reward Skills
Following the success and popularity of the Masterclasses in 2016 & 2017, we are again oﬀering the opportunity to PARC member companies to nominate a participant this year.
The PARC Strategic Reward Skills Masterclass is aimed at prime succession candidates to current Heads of Reward in major listed companies.
Productivity – What’s the problem and how to fix it?
British productivity used to grow at a solid 2% pa, but in the last decade has hardly grown at all and this perplexing issue is a major concern in the UK, nationally and at company level. This issue is vital to the country in facilitating economic growth, generating tax revenues and enhancing individual living standards.
Members’ Lunch – Brexit Update
With less than nine months to go before the United Kingdom is due to exit the EU in April 2019, it is relevant to consider what progress has been made, what has been agreed and what is left on the table – particularly from a business point of view.
Roundtable Meeting – Pay Issues, Trends, Obstacles and Opportunities
Executive pay in the UK continues to attract attention, create headlines and, ever more frequently, be the subject of shareholder-driven criticism. So what is the reality of the current reward scene and what are the key issues for reward specialists in the medium and longer term?
International Conference, Lisbon: Building and Sustaining High Performance Teams – Learning from Analogies
The annual international conference, organised by PARC's sister organisation (CRF) is one of the largest gatherings of senior business leaders and executives in Europe, delivering two days of intellectual challenge, stimulation and learning.
This year's conference will consider the way elite sportspeople, the military and musicians come together and perform at the highest level for sustained periods, and how these learning points can be transfered and applied in context of organisational performance.
2018 Review and Dinner – Our Political Landscape
Gideon Rachman will review the events of 2018 and comment on the political and economic landscape of the year, which will affect the events of the year ahead.