Before arrival in the UK

  • Accommodation assessment complete to establish individual and family needs
  • Regular communication via email, telephone or Teams. Introduce to other successful candidates that will become work colleagues and friends
  • Source accommodation, furnish and prepare with a range of equipment so that colleagues are comfortable in their new homes
  • Regular meetings to discuss updates
  • Prepare for arrivals: provide information as needed – schools/food/reaching out to others
  • Q&A sessions to address any concerns, answer questions and allay any fears

Arrival in the UK

  • Arrange transport from the airport, meet and greet and provide support to
    ensure our new colleagues feel safe and comfortable in their new home
  • Regular contact via Teams / text / phone
  • Collect Biometric Resident Permit / register with bank / GP practice
  • Support the setting up of household bills
  • Provide pastoral support throughout ensuring that the transition to life in the UK is as ‘stress free’ as possible

Post arrival and ongoing support

  • We work with the clinical services to ensure they are prepared to welcome the new team members
  • Work with the service to create a robust extended induction and pastoral wrap around support
  • We invest in the future of our new colleagues and offer support to their families
  • Point of contact for any concerns, advice, help, share developments and a chat