Health & Social Care Sector

We help health and social care providers ensure their HR function and immigration practices are both fully compliant with legal requirements and effective in helping to maintain patient care and safety standards.

employment law advice

Health & social care expertise

As employer solutions lawyers, we help ensure our clients’ HR, immigration and global mobility programmes are both fully compliant with their legal obligations and effective in supporting the organisation’s people-led business objectives.

We have extensive experience within the health and social care sector and are fully immersed in the organisational, recruitment, human resource and immigration challenges facing care providers and HR in this industry. 

Employer solutions for the health & social care industry

We help health & social care employers:

  • Ensure compliant recruitment and onboarding of migrant workers
  • Streamline people processes across the employee lifecycle
  • Improve retention of high-calibre staff
  • Meet employment, immigration compliance and right to work obligations
  • Enhance internal support functions through learning and professional development programmes 

UK Immigration health & social care organisations

Our specialist team of employment and immigration lawyers and HR consultants work with care providers of all sizes, delivering strategic consultancy and managed services in support of their workforce planning, management and development efforts. 

Through our strategic advice and managed migration services, we operate in support of inhouse HR teams or on a fully outsourced basis to ensure you operate competitively and in full compliance when employing overseas workers. 


Employment law for health & social care

Our team of employment lawyers works with employers of all sizes to provide ongoing employment law advice, representation and strategic risk management guidance.

We offer specialist, fixed fee employment law services including access to unlimited telephone advice.


HR for health & social care

To meet the demands of an ageing population with more varied health conditions, the sector is undergoing a transformation in the provision of services, inevitably creating the need for new skills and experience to support implementation. Workforce planning and training must account for changes in the skills need both among lower-skilled care workers through to highly-skilled medical professionals. 

Our team of highly experienced HR consultants can support health and social care employers to improve the performance of their HR function and enhance the overall impact of HR projects.

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