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Cash will always be a consideration when it comes creating solid benefits packages – but recent research has proven other non-cash factors can have a huge impact on employee satisfaction.

Numerous other studies have also shown non-cash rewards – when properly aligned with business goals and employee needs – can go a long way in boosting productivity and loyalty, and they are widely appreciated across different cross-sections of employees.

What are some practical ways you can use non-cash rewards to better engage and retain talent?

Join Benefits Asia Interactive 2014, where our panel of carefully selected HR leaders will explore, discuss, debate and define what it really takes to keep and motivate your staff without playing the numbers game.

Our expert panel for this topic includes:

  • Kathy Goh, director, global human resources shared services, at DFS Group
  • Neha Pareek, human resources talent partner, Asia Pacific, at IBM
  • John Lackey, director – global mobility, APAC, at Jabil
  • Joon Tan, VP talent management GSC, at Schneider Electric

Benefits Asia Interactive 2014, the third annual holding of Asia’s most senior compensation and benefits conference, will be held on October 15th at the Singapore Marriott Hotel.

Early bird prices end on September 15th, so register now! To receive the conference agenda, please click here.

For more enquiries, please contact Manuel Almira at +65 6423 0329 or manuela@humanresourcesonline.net

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