- Nov 15, 2011
No ones telling anyone how to do their job or kowtowing to anybody. They're giving their expert advice and various scenarios and the Government decides what to do taking many other factors into account eg the economy, logistical issues etcAs I said previously BG, just my experience of working in the health sector for 26 years. It’s the way people of a clinical background operate - would never kowtow to a manager/director or PM trying to tell them how to do their job. If they didn’t agree they’d walk IMO.
I advise clients on tax efficient measures and if they decide to buy a new car instead that's their lookout. They're not going to give up their jobs up as the most pre-eminent medical advisers in the country because they don't agree the direction taken. They will however, as any professional will do, clearly document their conclusions and advice.