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Employee Segmentation for Performance & Rewards Masterclass

Maximizing The Attractiveness and Usage of Your Programmes for Different Employee Audiences
Course Fee SGD995

Course Trainer

A multiple award-winning Compensation & Benefits expert, Sandrine Bardot boasts a 30-year career in the field of Total Rewards.

Semi-government and private organisations rely on Sandrine’s advisory services to assess, design, or implement their C&B, performance management, recognition and employee wellness programmes.

Through her exposure to multiple industries, countries and challenges, Sandrine learned how “good” Compensation & Benefits approaches support your company strategy, improve employee engagement and retention, and increase control over human capital costs.

She delivers hands-on, pragmatic methods with her clients, ensuring that the projects will have immediate impact and business value and don’t remain “an idea on the shelf”.

She spent 20 years specialising in International Compensation & Benefits at Philips, France Telecom, Sita, Apple, Microsoft, Fiat Group based out of Europe (France, UK, Italy). In her last 2 corporate roles UAE she led Performance and Reward globally for Majid Al Futtaim and Mubadala, two prestigious UAE-headquartered multinational organisations.

Since 2013, her company The Bardot Group offers specialised C&B consulting and Board advisory throughout the GCC, Asia and Africa. Sandrine loves to share what her years of experience in the field have taught her, so she designs and delivers her own courses and is also faculty for World at Work, AIHR, and CIPD Middle East. She also provides individual coaching for career-oriented HR professionals.

As part of her outreach to educate the HR community, she authors a blog, Compensation Insider, with over 325 articles published to date inspiring HR leaders and practitioners on topics related to the Employee Value Proposition.

Who Should Attend

Compensation/Total Rewards professionals who are looking for practical advice helping them to support their organization as the world of work evolves and their organization adapts to new technologies, skills and ways of working.

HR generalists of all levels of seniority who are looking for a better understanding of how to support their employee population while ensuring that the company is readying itself for future evolutions in strategy and organization.

Course Introduction

The nature of work is rapidly evolving with remote work, widely distributed workforces, flexible job definitions, lateral career paths and rapid reskilling of existing workers.

Legacy one-size-fits-all compensation approach (adopted in the interest of market competitiveness and internal equity) are no longer sufficient to attract and retain critical segments of their workforce.

This course teaches the HR professional how to identify these critical segments of the workforce and design impactful compensation programs that drive engagement, retention, and better results.

What You’ll Learn

  • Recognise why implementing employee segmentation in Total Rewards helps you become a more attractive and effective employer.
  • Understand the various approaches to identifying your critical workforce segments based on your organisation’s size.
  • Decide which kind of base pay approach to select for which workforce segment.
  • Discover tips to pinpoint which roles and people to include in your analysis.
  • Apply differentiation in incentives.
  • Master the important principles that should always underline how you design your segmented C&B approach.
  • Understand how to work on the whole Employee Value Proposition to attract, reward and retain your critical workforce segments.

Course Outline

Pay and reward all the same way had its advantages, but is no longer working:
Classic employee segmentation methodologies
Why we need a new way to segment the workforce
Even in slower times, you need to retain them: most valuable employees can leave the easiest

A – Collective
Critical workforce segments:
Other “hot jobs” to be considered:
Rise of gig economy:
For a while, Covid made us rethink what “essential roles” means
Other potential categories

B – Individual
High performers
High potentials

C – Some methodology tips to help you identify these at your organization
Workshop HR/management
Advice for small and medium-size organisations
Advice for larger/complex organisations

Impact of lifecycle on pay considerations
Where to get your ideas
Examples for the different types of critical roles identified, with short or longer-term impact

Retention approaches:
Recognition schemes
Employee as consumer:
Focus on whole Employee Value Proposition
Prepare Succession plan, develop long-term skills development strategy
Specific advice to manage the gig economy

Frequently Asked Questions

Have questions or need help? Please feel free to get In touch with us 🙂

There are no pre-requirements, and this course is suitable for participants who classify themselves at either “elementary” or “intermediate” or “advanced” levels.

You will get certificate of attendance from HRD Future. In order to get the certificate of attendance signed by the course trainer, you are requested to attend at least 90% of the course.

You can register online by filling the registration form on our website. Alternatively, you can also register by email or phone.

To register by e-mail, please send the delegates name, job title, email address, company name and telephone number to or alternatively you can email the scanned copy of the completed registration form.

For more information, please call +65 69807730

All our public events are conducted in English, unless otherwise stated. English subtitle are available for some of the online courses.

The registration fee includes admission to the events, exam and cert for certification courses.

For in-person course, a comprehensive set of documentation material in digital format or only printed format for some of the course distributed at the venue, lunches and 2 refreshment breaks for in-person classes. Hotel accommodation and travel costs are not included in the registration fee; however, we do have corporate rates with the hotel venue. Email to for more information.

There is no deadline for registration. However, for some courses, sometimes we do limit the number of delegates to ensure optimum course interaction. We advise you to register as early as possible in order to avoid disappointment and to allow adequate time for our administration process. for in-person class, if you need to register on the day itself (walk-in registration), then kindly contact our customer service department at +65 69807730

Full payment must be received within seven (7) working days upon receipt of invoice or before the event date, whichever is earlier.  A LOU with company stamp is requested for those organizations that cannot make payment on time.

Payment Mode


  • Account Name: HRD Future Pte Ltd
  • Account Number: 695-207639-001
  • Beneficiary Bank: Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Limited
  • Beneficiary Bank Address: 65 Chulia Street OCBC Centre Singapore 049513
  • Swift Code: OCBCSGSG

For other currencies, we may provide you a different bank account depends on currencies. Email to for more information.


Please make all cheques payable to: HRD Future Pte. Ltd. (Appliable in Singapore Company only)     


We are using Stripe as the credit card payment gateway. Additional credit card charges per transaction are applied. Please contact our team for more details.

Can I change the name/details of the delegate(s) after registration?

Yes, a name can be changed at no additional cost. Please email providing the details of the delegate(s) you wish to replace and the details of the replacement(s). This email should include:

  • Full names, titles and positions in company
  • Company name
  • Direct telephone (for any urgent purpose)
  • Delegate’s email address (for us to send the Pre-Course Reading Material and Questionnaire)

I have registered for an event but I can no longer attend, what is your cancellation policy?

Cancellation policy can always be found in the Terms & Conditions section of your registration form. Basically, cancellations can be made if it is submitted more than 30 days prior to the event.

For cancellations received less than 30 days prior to the event, you have several options:

  • You can send a replacement as we do substitution free of charge
  • If no one from your organisation can attend, formal written request for withdrawal is required and an acknowledgement sent out. If the request is done before a month of the commencement date, a credit voucher is issued to the organization to be used within 12 months of the date of issuance.

Can I get a copy of the delegate list prior to the event?

We do not disclose delegate list prior to the event taking place. A list of participants will be available at the event only.

Can I get a copy of the course materials prior to the event for self-study?

Yes for some of the courses. However since we always update course materials closer to the event date to ensure all data is most updated, we are only able to provide course materials approximately one week before the event dates. A full payment is requested in order to receive the course material in advance.

What is the dress code for the event?

Most of our delegates who attend our courses prefer to wear business/ smart casual clothing. No shorts please. You can also bring optional formal clothing for your personal dinner or networking functions.

Who should I inform about my dietary requirements?

We will email you the event details letter approximately two weeks before the day of the events. You can highlight any special dietary requirements by reply the email.

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