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Old 03-19-2020, 07:33 AM
Relmiw Relmiw is offline
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Originally Posted by hrm57 View Post
Pretty normal policy IMO
I agree with this too

I think what it is is there are certain people that need this kick in the pants to stay motivated and on track.

But for other people (including OP and I'd imagine the majority of actuaries), this type of forced progression in unnecessary and counter productive. Someone that has an internal never-say-die terminator mentality at these things is not well served by such a policy. imo.

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Old 03-24-2020, 08:55 AM
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Default COVID 19 Study Hours

Curious to see how other companies are handling paid study hours/paying for sittings with the recent postponement. I had roughly 75% of my hours left, not sure if I should plan on using them up by June or just giving up on this sitting.
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