The REC regularly produces a wealth of guidance and research for Health and Social Care sector group members:
- To view the REC Legal Guide to starting an agency in health and social care, click here. It contains all the latest information on NHS Trusts' VAT Mitigation Schemes, overseas migration, revalidation and more.
- Recruiting overseas healthcare professionals? Keep track of the latest news on changes to tier 2 visas and which clinicians are on the shortage occupation list here.
- Be sure to check in regularly on our Tax policy web page, for links to HMRC webinars and more.
- Need a handy guide to the National Living Wage to circulate to your consultants and candidates? click here.
- Read GMC guidance on temporary and occasional registration for European doctors here.
- Social care recruiters should check out the REC briefings on Skills for Care's Code of Conduct and Care Certificate for Healthcare Support Workers and Adult Social Care Workers in England.
- 'Getting on: what progression looks like for low paid workers today' (September 2015) looks at the barriers and opportunities to career progression facing agency care workers.
- 'Flex Appeal: Why freelancers, contractors and agency workers choose to work this way' (2014) revealed why so many nurses choose to work as locums. Hear it straight from the horse's mouth here.
- 'Is the public sector on the brink of a recruitment crisis?' (November 2015) a research report by the REC and Smith Institute, captures the impact of skills shortages and pay restraint on public sector recruitment.
- Healthcare recruiters can also track skills shortages in the nursing/medical/care sector in the REC and KPMG's monthly Report on Jobs.