Impellam Group launches education programme for staff’s children | HR Wire
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Impellam Group launches education programme for staff’s children

As part of the programme, the company has grouped children into relevant age categories, before developing a full teaching schedule, with four sessions available each week for every class

Staffing solutions provider Impellam Group, has launched an education programme to support its employees and their children during the pandemic. The project is in partnership with its recruitment process outsourcing arm Guidant Global.  The ‘Impelam Superstar’ home-schooling scheme has been run by the company since early January, with staff across the entire Impellam Group – which includes Guidant Global – offering their time to teach the children of their peers each week, giving parents a “much-needed break”. As part of the programme, Guidant Global has grouped children into rele... Subscribe to read full artical

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Impellam Group launches education programme for staff’s children | HR Wire
Impellam Group launches education programme for staff’s children | HR Wire
Coronavirus

Impellam Group launches education programme for staff’s children

As part of the programme, the company has grouped children into relevant age categories, before developing a full teaching schedule, with four sessions available each week for every class

Staffing solutions provider Impellam Group, has launched an education programme to support its employees and their children during the pandemic. The project is in partnership with its recruitment process outsourcing arm Guidant Global.  The ‘Impelam Superstar’ home-schooling scheme has been run by the company since early January, with staff across the entire Impellam Group – which includes Guidant Global – offering their time to teach the children of their peers each week, giving parents a “much-needed break”. As part of the programme, Guidant Global has grouped children into rele... Subscribe to read full artical

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