• Our Associates Network of independent high level HR professionals and other external specialists is designed to meet the needs of clients who require more than traditional legal advice.

    The Associates Network provides a range of professional solutions, including employee investigation services, employee dispute resolution and mediation, complementary consultancy, specialist CQC inspection advice, independent investigation support and project work.

    We have always found Bevan Brittan to be highly responsive with access to a wide range of specialists which has enabled them to provide us with advice and guidance for all our employment queries.

    A number of cases have presented the Trust with significant challenges and the support from Bevan Brittan has enabled us to achieve satisfactory outcomes for each one.

    Liz Houghton, Deputy Director of Workforce West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust ,

    Seamless support

    Rather than being a 'bolt on' to our professional services, any utilisation of our external resourcing network for a process or a project is built into our team for the purpose of that particular project. We manage and oversee the work undertaken by our HR associates to ensure high standards are maintained and to identify as early as possible any potential risk areas so that the client organisation has "no surprises".

    This means that clients can expect seamless information flows and support between external specialists and Bevan Brittan partners and staff. Clients can be confident that project support from a Bevan Brittan Associate can also be backed by entirely joined up legal advice.

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