Recent, current, and even expected global lockdown’s have forced the business world to test whether widespread remote work is possible, and whether employees can adapt to working from home effectively. Despite overall positive uptake, certain adaptive measures have needed to be considered by global companies and across industries. Among the challenges which have emerged, we have seen that remote working has exacerbated the risks involved with effective share plan management and employee communication. While adopting various measures to overcome such challenges, companies have also been required to ensure continued compliance with governing regulation and standards.
In this panel discussion, ShareForce’s Adva Lewitte and guests Graeme Cook of Eximia and Lynette Jacobs of Pinsent Masons explore how the latest specialised technologies give businesses the flexibility they need to adapt in a thought-out and compliant manner.
Adva Lewitte, Senior Global Manager, ShareForce
Adva is a one of ShareForce’s senior global business and client managers. She has over 15 years experience and suitably qualified to enhance the company's digital incentive management solution’s global reach. She is instrumental in the development and tailoring of ShareForce’s product offering to cater for regional and global client requirements. Adva’s previous experience in the investments and financial markets, specifically in the development and implementation of multi-managed solutions for both retail and institutional clients, adds to Shareforce global expertise.
Lynette Jacobs, Partner, Pinsent Masons LLP
Lynette is a Partner in the Employment & Reward group at international law firm, Pinsent Masons. She leads the Share Plans and Incentives team, advising clients across all sectors on all aspects of their domestic and international incentive arrangements including the establishment of new plans, ongoing operation of existing plans, corporate transactions, international operation of plans, use of employee trusts and corporate governance.
Graeme Cook, Head Of Communications, Eximia
Graeme is Head of Communications at Eximia, a creative communications consultancy specialising in bringing very technical topics – such as governance, share plans and rewards – to life with campaigns that simplify the complex and drive greater employee engagement. Previous to this role, he was EMEA Strategic Communications Manager at Microsoft, devising and orchestrating campaigns that effectively reinforced and built brand images, utilising his public relations and design experience. A journalist by trade, Graeme has over 13 years’ communications experience, working for the likes of Heathrow Airport, BT, DMGT and QVC.
Friday, 06 November 2020
11:00 - 11:45 GMT