The latest on how REC members are managing the crisis

“The vast majority of our members have managed to support supply teachers through furlough or otherwise during this time which is incredible given the pressures on them, and they’ve done it despite it being a significant cost to them.”

REC members have been at the forefront of driving best practices and innovation since the advent of this crisis. REC’s Director of Sales and Marketing Kate Shoesmith and Director of Campaigns and Policy Tom Hadley bring together the latest insights and sentiments from REC members on how they’ve been helping their clients and staff during the crisis.

We also bring you some important policy updates from the healthcare and education sectors. So, tune in to hear:

  • The latest on Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) support
  • Recent developments in the healthcare and education sectors
  • How REC members are helping their clients in the education and healthcare sectors
  • An overview of REC’s collaboration with DWP to support job seekers and the industry
  • Big lessons from REC members on preparing for recovery

Key quotes/takeaways:

“The vast majority of our members have managed to support supply teachers during this time which is incredible given the pressures on them, and it’s come at a significant cost to them.” Kate

“What was in most business plans for the year was a suspicion of economic slowdown – global recession coming our way and [COVID-19] has accelerated these plans.” Kate

“The successful businesses we’ve seen overtime are the ones who are focused on their consultancy services…understanding their client’s needs and problems and being part of their discovery phase -those are the ones who’ve taken off since the last recession.” Kate

“Clients are asking their recruitment partners for advice on how to manage the return to work process.” Tom [Feedback from the NI webinar]

“Equip your front-line colleagues with the skills and expertise to have strategic conversations with your clients.” Tom

Speakers:

  • Kate Shoesmith, @ShoesmithKate
  • Tom Hadley, @HadleysComment

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