PARC provides exceptional research and insight across HR and beyond. Their events are always fantastic with stimulating debate and insight on a variety of topics. I highly value the networking opportunities they provide with peers at great companies.
Alex Lowen, Group General Manager, Human Resouces, HSBC
PARC is an incredibly valuable resource for both Reward Directors and Group HRDs. It provides the opportunity to build strong networks and produces high quality, thought-provoking content. It also provides excellent training which boost capability and facilitate keeping up to speed with current trends and good practice.
Natahsa Dillon, Chief People Officer, Inmarsat
Having been an active member of PARC for several years, I find the quality of speakers, the range of topics and depth of discussion to be outstanding.
Adrian Jackson, Group Reward and Policy Director, Vodafone
As a non-specialist in the Reward discipline, PARC continues to be an invaluable resource for stimulation around current trends and best practice, as well as expert analysis around the broader geopolitical and economic context for many of these. Topics are always highly relevant and current, guest speakers are knowledgeable and informed, and the opportunities to learn from others through lively debate and Q&A never disappoint.
Alistair Proctor, Chief Human Resources Officer, Worldwide, IPG Mediabrands
PARC run great events that combine the opportunity to network with the latest insight and research. Every event is an opportunity to learn and exchange ideas
Natasha Rice, People Director – Group Reward and Pensions, Tesco
We have been members of PARC for a long time. Over the lockdown the variety and format of events has been really helpful, ranging from thought leadership on a broad selection of topics to practice sharing/networking sessions for members. The opportunity to make connections with peers and share insights is excellent and I can’t wait to be able to do so face to face again in future. I particularly appreciate the fact that PARC sessions are not just on performance and reward but on the economic and political environment affecting businesses.
Julie Withnall, Group Reward Director, Associated British Foods
Associated British Foods