Anna is a member of Korn Ferry’s Reward and Organisational Strategy practices, working predominantly with organisations across public services and the not-for-profit sector to help them meet their organisational challenges to deliver efficient and cost-effective public services.
Anna’s expertise centres around defining, analysing and evaluating work and organisational structures. She is a highly experienced job evaluation practitioner, leading the implementation of job evaluation and designing bespoke approaches, and uses this as a foundation for reward design in the context of equal pay and equal value.
She also employs this work measurement expertise in organisation design, helping clients ensure their jobs and structures are fit for purpose, efficient, and deliver good value.
Prior to joining Korn Ferry 8 years ago, Anna worked in finance roles and project management, managing global projects on systems implementation and process improvements. Anna holds a BA (Hons) in Politics and Modern History from the University of Manchester.
Designed and implemented a fair and flexible reward framework, underpinned by a new defensible grading structure, for a large nationwide housing association following a merger.
Defined and produced 550 evaluated role profiles to cover all jobs of a new unitary authority following local government re-organisation, to create a robust and defensible basis for grading, pay, and organisation design.
Advised a new Combined Authority on the design and establishment of a reward framework based on variable pay and progression, which enabled them to attract talent in a competitive market whilst ensuring affordability.
Analysed and reviewed the organisation design at a large unitary authority, identifying structural changes that provided £10m in savings.
Developed bespoke job evaluation factors for a police force that addressed the working conditions of police staff roles, and supported the force to implement these effectively so they could appropriately recognise these demands in their grading and pay structure.
Modelled and analysed the production workforce for current and future scenarios for a government-sponsored defence organisation. Identified critical workforce risks and solutions to ensure the organisation’s ability to sustain workforce capability and deliver a critical service to the UK government.