Please pass the laptop charger, said the transporter

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The article’s author spoke of distractions, interruptions and email storms which have led to them needing to work weeknights and Sundays just to have a chance of keeping pace with the workload. They signed off the piece: “worn-out high street conveyancer”.

The entry from the Diary of a High Street Conveyancer for July 11th was particularly noteworthy. The real estate industry is full of conflict and controversy, which frequently makes the news. But this problem is much more serious since it directly affects how people move around, how they do their jobs, and ultimately how they feel about themselves.


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  • This prompted Today’s Conveyancer to seek answers on just how commonplace this working pattern is, and whether burnout is tightening its vice on those in the sector. The results were astounding – the five-day working week is truly beginning to elude burnt out conveyancers.


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