The new Conservative government will hold their first Budget on 8th July – what will it entail?

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Next week will see the first ‘summer budget’- and reward experts, employee benefit providers and employers alike are awaiting the changes it will inevitably bring.

While there could be few changes of immediate impact to employers, any announcements relating to healthcare or childcare will have knock-on implications for all companies and employees.

Equally, speculation around the potential abolition of salary sacrifice is rife – and, if true, will have a wide-ranging impact on the employee benefits industry.


Speaking at Making Reward Personal only a day after the Conservative government’s first post-election budget, Mark Childs of Total Reward Group will be addressing the audience about what has been announced, and examine how the new government’s decisions will impact on employers and reward practitioners.

Mark will also give his perspective on current trends in reward and employee benefits, and how these trends are likely to move and change over the coming 12 months.

To hear Mark speak, and find out more about the Budget implications, REGISTER NOW for Making Reward Personal – taking place on Thursday 9th July in central London.