No, not at all, and even this new process of recruiting is the same thing. It takes two years, and then they will be reclassified. But even with two years of training you can't function on your own. There are too many laws, too many cases, dead cases you've never had to do, visibility cases, because we meet people when they're sick, we meet their families, we have to meet employees sometimes at the hospital, we deal with dead cases, we deal with everything.
So two years of experience is not enough for them. So if nobody does anything, it's only going to get worse. Just in our department, Industry Canada, within two years there will be five people leaving, fully trained compensation advisors leaving the department, and three managers, and we're a group of 41.