What are the pros and cons of working with an NHS framework agency? Discover whether, as an agency nurse or locum healthcare professional, joining a framework agency is the right step for you.
What is an NHS framework and how does it affect healthcare recruitment agencies? Learn more about NHS frameworks, NHS framework agencies and how frameworks affect the way you work as an agency nurse or locum professional.
Are you a healthcare professional with questions regarding holiday pay? Discover the information you need to know on the subject of holiday pay for agency workers.
Am I inside IR35? Or am I outside IR35? With our guide, we aim to clear up the confusion for agency nurses and locum doctors and solve the issues surrounding IR35 status.
As an agency nurse or locum doctor, setting up a limited company is one of the most tax-efficient formats for carrying out work. Learn how to set up a limited company in six steps.
As an agency nurse or locum doctor, finding a reputable umbrella company to suit your needs can be difficult. But with our three-step guide, we make finding the right umbrella company a little easier.
Working for a non-reputable umbrella company could mean you are missing out on tax and National Insurance contributions. So what are the risks?
For thousands of overseas doctors looking to move to the UK to work for the NHS, deciding which language test to complete can often be confusing. Find out why the OET route may be the best option for medical professionals.
This year, the NHS announced that it was going to be investing £2.4 billion a year into general practice from now until 2021. With this, the UK will be recruiting at least 2,000 qualified overseas doctors into GP practices. But the availability of GP jobs and money aren’t the only reasons why there’s never been a better time to work in the UK as a family doctor.This year, the NHS announced that it was going to be investing £2.4 billion a year into general practice from now until 2021. With this, the UK will be recruiting at least 2,000 qualified overseas doctors into GP practices. But the availability of GP jobs and money aren’t the only reasons why there’s never been a better time to work in the UK as a family doctor.
If you’ve ever considered the idea of living and working in Australia or New Zealand, the response from anyone who has already made the move is likely to be ‘well, what are you waiting for?’. Beautiful scenery, amazing weather, great employment opportunities, relaxed way of life. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Surely these countries tick all the boxes?!...
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