Justine is Innecto's consultancy lead, heading up our client-facing services in her role as Director of Consulting.
She has a strong reputation for delivering commercially focused reward and recognition programmes for clients that improve employee motivation and engagement, and positively impact the bottom line.
Since joining Innecto in 2007, Justine has successfully managed and implemented challenging reward agendas for numerous clients including Hearst, Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma, UKTV, Center Parcs, the Church of England, UK Athletics, ITV and Penguin Random House. Her natural skill at building and developing strong client relationships is evidenced by the number of clients who return to work with Justine and Innecto.
In 2021 Reward Strategy recognised Justine as one of The Reward 300, an index of the industry’s most important influencers and decision-makers. This recognition is testament to her 25+ years' experience in pay and reward, both as a consultant and in reward management roles.
Justine has a great depth of experience in helping not-for profit and public sector legacy organisations achieve a more market and performance led approach to their reward. She has worked with organisations such as AQA, the Crown Estate, Publica Group, the BMA & BMJ, Alzheimer's Society, and DKMS.
Justine draws on her more than 20 years' experience in pay and reward, both as a consultant and in reward management roles with London Underground, GlaxoSmithKline, Woolworths, and the Post Office. Her depth of expertise covers all aspect of reward, but she has a particular passion for helping clients align their reward strategy with their business objectives.
Justine has a first class degree in Psychology and is a Chartered Fellow of the CIPD. She joined the Board of Crohn's and Colitis UK in 2016 as Trustee. As a recognised thought leader and commentator on reward, she is frequently asked for her opinion and comment by the media, including appearances on BBC Radio 4 and BBC Radio 5 Live, sharing her thoughts on MPs' pay.