Is agile working key to an outsourced paraplanning boom?

Trend accelerated by pandemic

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Is agile working key to an outsourced paraplanning boom?

The pandemic has further opened the door for outsourced paraplanners who are no longer so confined by geography. Cherry Reynard speaks to a number of advisers and paraplanners about the growing trend and explores the debate between flexibility and cost

For many, the greatest long-term change from the pandemic will be agile working. Company bosses have been forced to loosen their grip on employees, allowing them to work from home at their own pace...

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