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On Thursday 7 March 2019 Xexec organised an exclusive breakfast event at The Ivy for HR and Reward Professionals. Jamie King talked about contemporary disruptive trends (such as Artificial Intelligence), their impact in the workplace. and summarised the results - and implications - of Xexec's 'Employee Survey'.

On Wednesday 27 February 2019 Employee Benefits held EB Connect 2019 in partnership with Headline Sponsor Xexec. This one-day event provided a space for all HR professionals to come together to discover the future of reward and promote blue sky thinking for the years ahead.

On Thursday 22 November 2018 we exhibited at The REBA Innovation Day, an industry event in London for senior reward, benefits and HR practitioners. The event focused on innovative new technologies for the reward and benefits function as well as data and management information gained as a result.

On 28 February Employee 2018 Benefits held EB Connect 2018 in partnership with Headline Sponsor, Xexec. This event was a space for all reward, compensation, benefits, and HR professionals to come together for a day of expert insight, futuristic thinking and lively debate.

On Tuesday 30 January 2018 Xexec organised an exclusive breakfast event at The Ivy for HR and Reward Professionals on the subject of Employee Recognition. Jamie King, Director of Global Rewards at Xexec, provided an 'Introduction To Recognition' and discussed the key underlying factors to make it effective.

On 23 November 2017, Jamie King, Xexec's Director of Global Rewards, delivered a presentation at REBA Innovation Day on 'Using Social Recognition Technologies To Drive Broader HR Strategies'.

On 20 November 2017 Jamie King, Director of Global Rewards at Xexec, discussed all things budget and money in terms of setting up a Reward and Recognition budget and how to maximise this. Planning and agreeing a reward and recognition budget can be a complex practice for organisations which are only just starting to implement such schemes or those which do not have significant budgets.