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Returning to Normal in COVID times – Staff Recruitment, Mobility and Travel Implications at International Schools


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Georgie Mc

Thank you to everyone who attended yesterday's webinar. We had some wonderful conversations with a panel and will continue our discussions and support around this area.

Our webinar covered the following:

Moving forward and out of the global pandemic it remains uncertain if or when COVID-19 will cease to be an issue. COVID-19 impacts international schools in a variety of ways and one that should not be overlooked is the impact on staff – recruitment, mobility and travel all have significant implications that are exasperated as a result of COVID-19.

Our panel addressed a variety of scenarios and provided insights on how to manage staff recruitment and mobility in these difficult times.  Topics discussed included

•    International Recruiting 
•    Mobility
•    Travel

Our Panelists where:

The Classroom Partnership

  • Sapna Gore – Associate Director – International Teaching Partnership 
  • Alison Colville – Director – Permanent Staffing Solutions – The NQT Partnership
  • Georgie McIntyre – Director of Learning and Development 

World Travel Protection

  • Sara Shaw - Partnership Director, Australia
  • Rodger Cook – GM, Global Security Services

International Schools Partnership

  • Jackie Watson - Group Head of Talent
  • Jo Pertwee - Head of People Operations
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