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Over 35 attendees joined RHI at this year’s Hotel Industry Rewards Group (HIRG) EMEA Conference – Re-emergence in the ‘new normal’. The conference was held virtually over 3 days in November, allowing attendees to dial in from around the world. Eugenio Pirri, Chief People and Culture Officer of The Dorchester Collection, kicked off the conference
As the hotel industry re-emerges from the COVID-19 crisis, HR leaders must rethink their employee value proposition and staffing requirements from the ground up. Companies will have to make tough cost-cutting decisions, whilst never losing sight of the human impact on dedicated team members. The measures deployed today will have a tangible impact on the
How will reward in the hospitality and travel industries need to change as we move into post-pandemic planning and recovery? What pressures and challenges will HR and Reward professionals encounter as they navigate ‘the new normal’? How can we use data to make better decisions? How will digital transformation come into play? Listen to Andrew
The world of work is changing fast, with rapidly evolving workforce models spurred on by digitisation and the gig economy. Red House International’s Global Workforce Barometer study gathered insights from senior human capital leaders on the topics that are making the headlines, and the HR priorities for their business. In this first podcast from Andrew
Are you seeking insight on companies’ projected salary increases for 2020 – the what, why and how? Do you want to understand the actual increases given in 2019? Red House International’s Global Salary Increase Survey, covering over 200 countries, launched in June 2019 with results available from July on an evergreen basis. Join us via
With more than 10,000 organisations submitting their results for a second successive year, gender pay reporting is now firmly embedded in UK society. Join us for this lunchtime webinar, where we will be exploring the trends and developments over the past 12 months and what’s in store over for the next reporting cycle, specifically: Year