Capsticks reappointed as NHS Employers’ legal advisers07/02/20
NHS Employers and NHS Employers and Capsticks are delighted to announce that following a competitive tender Capsticks have been reappointed as legal collaborators to NHS Employers. Having worked together for the last seven years, Capsticks will continue to provide comprehensive legal and HR advice to support NHS Employers with complex employment work.
NHS Employers works to help deliver a sustainable workforce within the NHS, improving staff experience and making sure that employers are the best they can be. By providing practical resources and expert insights, NHS Employers strives to ensure employers are up to date with the latest thinking and are equipped to support the NHS workforce.
Danny Mortimer, Chief Executive at NHS Employers, said: “We’re delighted to be continuing our partnership with Capsticks. They have been an invaluable contributor to our networks and resources for Employers over the years, and we look forward to working together to support the delivery of the NHS’ people plan.”
Capsticks have been healthcare specialists for over 40 years with over 350 lawyers all engaged in healthcare, housing or regulatory work, and are specialists in the closely-related sectors in which they work. The unrivalled knowledge and experience at Capsticks in HR issues affecting NHS organisations nationally, ensures they can provide NHS Employers with the support and guidance necessary.
Andrew Rowland, Employment Partner and Head of Healthcare at Capsticks, said: “We are delighted to have been reappointed as NHS Employers’ legal collaborator for a further three years. This is recognition of our position as the leading healthcare employment lawyers nationally, advising on some of the most difficult and complex issues facing NHS bodies. We take a genuine partnership approach with NHS Employers, which we look forward to developing further, and it’s exciting to provide practical guidance to the NHS that really makes a difference to delivering an excellent service to patients.”