Letting go or staying on
Retention Rates: Most trainees are retained by their firms after qualification. However, each year a certain number of qualifieds are 'let go' by their firms. What options are available to those who are not retained or who simply want to move on? Tim Newbold reports
Amid the stresses and strains of gunning for a training contract, it is easy to neglect an item that will not rear its head for around four years – the chances of being kept on by your future firm.
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