About this webinar

It’s never been more important for businesses to create a reward and recognition strategy that’s truly global. As workforces embrace borderless working and become more dispersed, getting all your employees aligned has become a challenge — but something that’s necessary for growth.

But what does this actually mean in practice? We spoke to global business Gympass and discussed everything from planning and executing a strategy, to overcoming obstacles and maintaining momentum.

This webinar is packed with practical tips and real-world experiences, to help you create a global reward strategy.

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What you can expect to learn


How the reward landscape is changing


Why a global reward strategy is important for your business


Tips on building and executing an effective strategy


How to navigate the challenges and blockers


And a live Q&A

Meet the speakers

Mona Akiki | Chief People Officer at Perkbox

Since 2019, Mona has acted as Perkbox’ Chief People Officer. Mona has more than 21 years of experience, 16 of which in HR advising leaders and organisations succeed in transformational and ever changing environments. Most recently, Mona founded Path Forward Ltd which helps leaders achieve their and their teams’ full potential through coaching and advisory services. Since joining Perkbox, Mona’s focus has been on Perkbox’ own culture, leadership team and internal employee experience.

Denis Hickey | Global Head of Total Rewards and People Operations at Gympass

Denis is currently the Global Head of Total Rewards and People Operations for Gympass. Gympass is a mission-based portfolio company of Softbank, General Atlantic and Atomico which is transforming the well-being industry. Denis joined Gympass in November 2019 and leads the team responsible for design and implementation of high-impact and scalable rewards programs in support of the Company’s rapid growth. Prior to joining Gympass, Denis held several different executive HR leadership roles at General Electric Corporate & GE Capital and began his career in HR at IBM. Denis holds a BSILR from Cornell University and an MBA from NYU.