On Sunday, Dan, the manager of Apollo Pontypridd took part in the Sepsis 6K Run along Swansea Seafront. He ran with two of his friends, David Morgan and Michael Penny. We’d like to say a big congratulations to Dan from everyone at Apollo!
1) We give local people local work We place all of our staff in schools that are local to them. How far you travel to work is entirely up to you. You set the boundaries and we give you the best match. 2) Flexibility You tell us on a weekly basis when you are available
1) You are important. You have the opportunity to regularly meet and discuss your opinions and ideas with the Directors. We work as a team and want you to feel valued and ensure your hard work is recognised, praised and rewarded. 2) Your energy is matched by your manager. To work for Apollo you need
Here we are at the end of another academic year, how time flies in education! We have had an incredibly busy year supporting the schools who trust and use Apollo Teaching for their day to day and long term supply requirements and we work tirelessly with every school to ensure that we source and employ only the
Recently we have received a lot of questions relating to IR 35 legislation. Our Finance Director has released the following statement to answer these queries: IR 35 legislation is a set of tax rules that apply if you work for a client through an intermediary – which can be a limited company or “personal service
We’d like to say a big thank you to everyone who took the time to see us at the Bridgend County Show last weekend! The free event was held in Pencoed, and the variety of things to do, eat and buy was exceptional. Stalls were selling everything from fudge and cupcakes to phone charges and
On Tuesday 13 June we launched our first company wide Like and Share competition! If you haven’t already done so, head over to our Facebook page for a chance to win £150 worth of high street vouchers. To be in with a chance of winning, all you need to do is LIKE the Apollo Teaching