Recruitment & Workforce Zone

The Recruitment & Workforce Zone is dedicated to tackling one of the biggest challenges schools have faced over the past few years.  

This zone provides visitors the chance to meet suppliers that can help overcome these challenges whilst hearing from school leaders who have introduced innovative solutions to their workforce challenges.

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Recruitment & Workforce Speakers

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Recruitment & Workforce Sessions

Day 1 - April 29, 2020


    • 3:20 pm
      The Retention Crisis – What is the Role of Mental Health & Wellbeing?

    • 12:30 pm
      A More Effective Workforce: Moving Away from Performance Related Pay

Day 2 - April 30, 2020


    • 10:20 am
      What can Schools do to Solve their Recruitment Issues?
    • 1:10 pm
      Improving the Schools Workforce through Teacher Apprenticeships

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Exhibitors within this Zone

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Recruitment & Workforce News

What is regulated activity in schools?

What is regulated activity in schools?

“How do I know what type of DBS checks are required?” is a common question that we get asked by schools. DBS checks underpin robust Safeguarding within a school and, essentially, the level of checks employees (or prospective employees) require depends on the nature of work they will be carrying out and, more specifically, whether […]

Gender Pay Gap

Gender Pay Gap reporting in schools – three common mistakes to avoid

As you will be aware, it is a legal requirement for employers with 250 or more employees to publish statutory calculations every year demonstrating how large the pay gap is between their male and female employees. Even if you have less than 250 employees, it is advised that you should give serious consideration to the […]


“We’re having a really good time at the Schools and Academies Show. Lot’s of schools are coming to see us and we’ve been really pleased.
We’ve been able to tell them how we’ve been able to half the recruitment spend for a lot of our member schools using our new technology.”

Katy, eTeach

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