Reward systems are a powerful tool for securing both motivation, engagement, and high performance. However, successful reward systems rely on a thorough strategy and depend on conscious choices, continuous development and consistent implementation and communication.
At this event we take a close look at the choices we make within the area of reward models. What options do we have? What are the pros and cons? And how do we navigate expectations from different stakeholders? We also look into some of the specific issues to consider when developing the reward system such as transparency, fairness, and equal pay.
Our focus of the event is:
- What are the pros and cons of different reward systems?
- How do we ensure implementation of reward systems via learning and communication?
- How to account for transparency, equal pay and perceived fairness?
has worked with compensation and benefits for 20 years within the financial industry at both Danske Bank and recent 5 years in Nordea. Today Carsten is Head of Group Reward at Nordea. At this NOCA event Carsten will introduce us to Nordea’s journey within compensation and benefits related to Nordeas overall reward philosophy and the simplification of reward models, products and initiatives.
has more than 10 years’ experience working with compensation and benefits from organizations such as Deloitte, Demant and now Nordea. Today Henrik is Head of Broad Based Reward, within Group Reward at Nordea and as such involved in group wide reward initiatives related to policy, governance and compensation design. Henrik will at this NOCA event present some of the current reward priorities and initiatives at Nordea.
Morten Brøkner, Managing Partner & Executive Advisor, Klar Reward Agency
Morten has worked as a Senior Rewards Leader for 20 years in large corporates such as Danfoss, the LEGO Group, Arla Foods, Carlsberg, and Rambøll. His focus is on creating corporate strategies and procedures around the scoping, design, and deployment of employee rewards frameworks. Today, Morten is Executive Advisor at Klar Reward Agency where he supports the organization’s continual development of performance and rewards frameworks.
Michael Bendixen, Head of Global Rewards & Mobility, Rambøll
Michael has a broad international experience from Danish C25 and foundation owned companies. For more than 8 years Michael has focused on establishing reward solutions on a strategic level with emphasis on value creation towards the business. As such, he has hands-on experience driving rewards initiatives such as Total Rewards Strategies, STI/LTI programs, Job Architecture Frameworks, yearly bonus and salary processes and also policy, governance and regulation frameworks. Today, Michael is Head of Global Rewards & Mobility at Rambøll and will at this event present his perspective on how rewards structures can be a strategic enabler in the Organisation.