Simon Goldthorpe: Five tips for recruiting advisers in a remote-working world

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Simon Goldthorpe: "Sadly, it’s not as simple as telling people they can work from home and leaving it at that."
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Simon Goldthorpe: "Sadly, it’s not as simple as telling people they can work from home and leaving it at that."

Working habits have changed over the past 18 months during the coronavirus pandemic. In this article, Simon Goldthorpe explores five ways advisers can better recruit in a world with more remote working

IFA firms across the UK rose to the challenge of home-working last year, with many now planning to let staff work remotely more frequently, and others choosing to scrap the office altogether. While...

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