Reward management – or compensation and benefits – is an important strategic tool that helps you deliver on company strategy and achieve goals.
The Centre for Excellence in Strategic Rewards has more than 25 years’ experience keeping compensations and benefits professionals at the cutting edge of their discipline. Join an inspiring network of rewards and HR professionals and explore a broad spectrum of topics to help you future-proof your rewards policy.
More than 50 companies form our vibrant centre network. Join them to participate and stay up-to-date with the latest trends and developments in the world of comp&ben.
Our members share ideas and experiences – and actively influence and engage with our ground-breaking research. Join this network of change-makers and take part in events, networking activities and workshops – and drive success in your organisation and your career.
We focus on subjects including strategic alignment of rewards, total rewards, non-financial rewards, employee benefits, pay-for-performance, customised rewards, rewards in an agile business context, responsible rewards and reward communication.
As a member of our Centre, you’ll participate in this research – which is solidly academic, but that also has immediate, practical application. We respond to what’s current in rewards and HR – and develop tools and concepts to support you.
Throughout the year, our members exchange ideas and experiences with peers on topics linked to strategic rewards – in a spirit of openness and confidentiality.
Your company’s needs drive all our activities – which include webinars, workshops, a residential seminar and small focus groups. You’ll also be able to gain insight from the results of our Q on Rewarding anonymous survey.
Our team is always here to support you and act as a sounding board on everything to do with strategic remuneration.
Belgian companies are very dissatisfied with the fiscal and parafiscal levies on salaries. In particular, they’re frustrated with high taxes on fixed and variable salaries – and the approach to taxing the mobility budget. Companies are now looking for wide-reaching reform.
Agility is an emerging key dimension of business excellence. Yet, many organisations struggle to adopt agile approaches in performance and reward management. This white paper explores why.
The wage pressure in Belgium – the salary tension between younger and older employees – is one of the highest in Europe. On average, 55-year-old employees earn 45% more than 30-year-old colleagues doing the same job. And, of course, we are living – and working – longer. A new wage structure is needed.
A brilliant rewards package, communicated poorly, will not improve employee satisfaction. Good Total Reward Statements give an individual and comprehensive overview of all rewards. This white paper sets out the seven characteristics of a great Total Reward Statement.
Independent thinking, inspiration, trust and cooperation are all hallmarks of the centre. Join us to become part of this exclusive network that pursues knowledge and understanding of all things reward management.
If you want to take membership even further – and become involved with co-defining the centre’s strategy and research ambitions – you may want to consider becoming a partner.