Tell It As It Is

Whilst on the training trail practitioner discontent is something of an occupational hazard. Yesterday I spoke to a number of people both unhappy generally and also bemoaning the fact they are “trapped” in the publicly funded scheme rather than doing more lucrative private client work.
As our friends at the LAPG point out we now have a new Chief Executive who needs to hear these concerns more than I do – especially those in the “fragile” parts of the market and are considering and escape route. For our part we will be happy to forward any such comments for those not wishing to do so direct.

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