Recruiters and schools get more creative to attract teachers

As the teacher shortage continues apace, recruiters and schools are offering perks including ‘golden hellos’ and ‘try before you buy’ schemes to help match talent with roles.

Wed, 20 Jan 2016

As the teacher shortage continues apace, recruiters and schools are offering perks including ‘golden hellos’ and ‘try before you buy’ schemes to help match talent with roles. 

The Telegraph this week reported schools were offering teachers corporate-style packages including gym memberships, childcare vouchers and signing bonuses...

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