April 2nd 2020

Post Meeting Notes: How Coronavirus is Affecting Reward? Virtual Event

On 1st April, PARC hosted Reward Directors and experts in a Zoom discussion on the Coronavirus pandemic. We looked at Reward policy actions being taken and answered several specific member queries about Reward’s response to the crisis. This summary shares some of the key insights from the discussion.

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April 23rd 2020

Health and Financial Wellbeing Programmes Webinar Slides (Nick McClelland)

These slides are from the 'Health and Financial Wellbeing Programmes' Zoom webinar that took place on 23rd April 2020.

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April 23rd 2020

Health and Financial Wellbeing Programmes Webinar Slides (Alan Moore)

These slides are from the 'Health and Financial Wellbeing Programmes' Zoom event that took place on 23rd April 2020.

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April 23rd 2020

Health and Financial Wellbeing Programmes Webinar Slides (Jonathan Watts-Lay)

These slides are from the 'Health and Financial Wellbeing Programmes' Zoom event that took place on 23rd April 2020.

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  • Health & Wellbeing
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March 18th 2020

The UK Tax Regime - What Impact Does it Have on Investment, Performance and Productivity?

These slides are for the PARC event on the UK Tax Regime. How important is tax? Are taxes high and what pressures is the tax system facing? What is the impact of tax on productivity and how does tax affect investments?

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  • Tax
  • Financial Planning
  • Productivity
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March 18th 2020

The UK Tax Regime - What Impact Does It Have On Investment, Performance and Productivity?

You might not be interested in tax but tax is interested in you. It may not be something that has crossed the mind of most HR professionals but it is likely to rise up their agenda over the coming years. The upward pressure on public spending caused by ageing populations mean that taxes will have to increase, services will have to be cut or public debt levels will have to rise beyond what most economists believe is sustainable in the long-term. Something will have to give and at some point over the next decade the problem will become acute. This report focuses on the major direct taxes and those that impact most directly on business and employment.

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January 28th 2020

Geopolitical Outlook 2020 with Prof. Amelia Hadfield

On Tuesday 28 January 2020, PARC held a member meeting titled: Geopolitical Outlook – What should we expect and how will it affect us? Watch this interview with guest speaker, Professor Amelia Hadfield from the University of Surrey, to hear her views on the geo-political factors which will have the greatest impact in 2020, and the growing necessity of understanding geo-politics in business.

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