The Payroll Centre and Reward Strategy have created the UK’s largest independent payroll conference. Bringing together authoritative voices from across the payroll industry we give you the chance to quiz key industry figures directly.
Coming at a time of unprecedented levels of change to payroll and HR legislation, there will be plenty for payroll professionals to discuss and absorb.
Taking place at the Chelsea Harbour Hotel in Central London, during the evening session on day 1, the Reward 300 will be revealed at the gala dinner and provides a great networking opportunity over drinks and dinner to share perspectives and strategies with other payrollers.
Please see below this year's conference content
Registration and check in Network with other delegates and enjoy refreshments before the conference starts
1-2-1 payroll surgery sessions with The Payroll Centre's tutors Book a session with our payroll surgery session with our expert tutors to run through any specific questions or issues you need support on Read more Read less
These short "drop in surgeries" are back due to their popular demand in previous years. You will have full, private access to our expert payroll tutors in order to explore in details any payroll questions you have. The sessions are available throughout the conference, but don't leave it too late to book your 1-2-1 as these sessions are very popular with delegates.
Lunch served Enjoy a buffet lunch served in The Marina Level suite
Conference introduction and welcome Neil Hollister, CEO The Payroll Centre and Luke Broadhurst, CEO Reward Strategy, kick off the conference proceedings
Payroll in the 20's We move into a new decade and this sessions reviews what payroll will look like in the future, the technology we'll use, where other new products can effect the industry and how streamlining and requirements in the future will change the way we work. Read more Read less
We move into a new decade and this sessions reviews what payroll will look like in the future, the technology we'll use, where other new products can effect the industry and how streamlining and requirements in the future will change the way we work.
Tea and coffee served
International Payroll and HR Update
This session will look at key payroll changes happening around the globe and highlight some of the issues you should consider exploring further if you have responsibility for payrolls overseas.
Holiday Pay - What's happening?
We've seen large scale change in Holiday Pay and calculations and this session will review how the new legislation is working, changes to management of varied hours staff, case law and what's happening with enforcement.
Sponsors Session - Optimisation and Global management
One of our key partners uses this session to review implications of a global work force and technology
Reward 300 Gala Dinner
Registration, coffee and croissants
Tea and coffee served
Sponsors Session - Optimisation and Global management: One of our key partners uses this session to review implications of a global work force and technology.
Rewards in the Workplace - The Future: What works, what doesn't and how will employee benefits change and evolve in the 20's to support the modern workforce.
Plan, Process, Manage, Report: What's hot and what's not when reviewing employee benefits, we look at case studies and benefit packages to understand value in real organisations.
Trends and Challenges in Payroll: This panel session looks at all areas of payroll, whether that be in-house, accounting firms or bureaus, the challenges they face and what trends we expect to see in the next decade.
In-house Panel Perspective: Brexit: Britain’s left the building. Now what?:Following months of political upheaval and ambiguity affecting all areas of business; this session will address whatever is more certain now we're into June. As the dust begins to somewhat settle; the panel of speakers will speak honestly about the repercussions, how their payroll operations have been affected and the work ahead for them.
UK Devolution in Work and Payroll:The United Kingdom is becoming increasingly disunited as the implications of devolution impact UK payroll professionals on a day-to-day basis. Ian will look at each of the devolved nations and the issues that we have to be consider in our working lives.
Policies - Managing staff and Leave: This interesting session looks at how we manage the ever changing workforce and given the numerous consultations how we look at Maternity, Paternity and Parental leave now and in the future.
Company Transparency - It's not just about the Pay Gap: We've seen employer requirements increase over the recent years to show and explain their pay, worker status and many other areas around their staff. So we look at current and future requirements as well as what else an organisation needs to consider to ensure knowledge is king!
The Payroll Professionals Round Table: Join this round table discussion on Payroll today and in the future. An opportunity for attendees to discuss what's affecting them and hearing from others on how they manage and improve their process.
Tea and coffee served
Key takeouts for the future of payroll We review key deliveries, statements and learnings from the conference, feedback and questions received from the sessions and what the future and trends look like being in the coming years