For whom?

‘Compensation & Benefits Management’ is targeted towards:

  • Compensation & benefits management professionals, with a strategic profile
  • Newcomers in compensation & benefits management, with a strategic rather than an operational profile
  • HR generalists or HR business partners who seek know-how in compensation & benefits management
  • HR professionals who are aware of the technicality and broad spectrum of compensation & benefits, and who would like to develop a comprehensive view of strategic rewarding

In previous editions, we had the pleasure of welcoming participants from companies like AB Inbev, Aluvan, Belgacom, Brantano, Delhaize, Electrabel/ GDF Suez, Hudson, KBC Group, Telenet, Touring, VDK Bank, Volvo Cars, Vooruit Gent, …

This programme has been followed by Compensation & Benefits Managers, Compensation & Benefits Officers, Employee Benefits Directors, HR Business Partners, Reward Managers, HR Managers, Internal Mobility Managers, etc.

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