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Barnett Waddingham
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Peter Meyler

Associate and Head of Workplace Consultancy

Peter uses HR strategy, analytics and insight skills to help clients identify and maximise the drivers of organisational and employee value and well-being to create a great employment experience and long term sustainable business success.

Peter’s expertise has been built through working consultancy and client side in HR strategy, proposition and policy development, employee engagement and well-being, employee research, HR metrics, analysis, insight and reporting, strategic workforce and business planning and Diversity & Inclusion.

Peter’s clients are primarily senior strategic HR leaders across multiple sectors who are looking to maximise the experience, well-being, performance and value generated by their workforce.

Significant experience:

  • development of Diversity & Inclusion strategy, proposition, priorities and measurement & assurance framework
  • development of HR and people performance scorecards and regular reporting on progress and success for HR and management boards

Comment & Insight

  • Blog post The rise of the self-employed: how should employers respond?

    The UK has seen a significant rise in self-employment in recent years, the increase is fuelled by the rise of the gig economy. As a result of people working as freelancers for a range of different clients, rather then being directly employed by them.

  • Blog post The pros and cons of a bonus culture

    A successful relationship is based around the fair generation and sharing of effort and value - and that includes remuneration. Bonus payments are probably the biggest ‘bone of contention’ for employees in terms of who does and doesn’t receive them.

  • Blog post How to use data to personalise benefits: ten tips

    It's becoming harder to use pay as a differentiator. This element of total reward is becoming more standardised as a result of transparency through pay benchmarking, reporting, job families, grading and levels and the restraint applied to pay awards.


  • Oct 24 2019
    The Workplace Experience Conference 2019 | London

    Workplaces with happy, healthy and engaged employees are likely to reap the rewards of improved performance and productivity. Learn from our experienced and engaging speakers how you can bring this wellbeing approach to life in your organisation.

    Location: The Soho Hotel London

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