Corporate Case Study: Ensured Healthcare Company Can Continue Operating By Recruiting Overseas Workers To Fill Employment Gaps
This case study explores how Latitude Law’s specialist immigration solicitors expertly advise health care companies on securing overseas workers to ensure they have sufficient qualified workforce to maintain their operations.
The Challenges Faced
It is well known that health care providers significantly struggle to recruit new workers so are often forced to look overseas for workers. To do so, means that the company must gain and maintain a sponsor licence which involves a thorough HR audits and strict record keeping, with potentially severe penalties in place for non-compliance, even if not a deliberate act.
How Latitude Law Helped
Latitude Law helped this care home apply for their sponsor licence which was looking to sponsor care workers when such workers were recognised as a shortage occupation. Having secured their sponsor licence, Latitude Law subsequently helped with the preparation and submission of various Health and Care Worker visa applications.
By qualifying for a sponsor licence, this care home was able to search for suitable candidates from overseas and ensure that they could continue to offer the level of service required of them to keep operating.
Are you in the health and social care industry? Are you struggling to recruit enough staff to ensure your business remains viable? Latitude Law is here to help. We are specialist in this sector, advising many healthcare organisations on the dedicated routes available to them whilst ensuring that the complex regulations are understood and adhered to. Don’t hesitate to reach out and ensure your company can bring in sufficient overseas workers whilst avoiding potential costly breaches.
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