Since financial planning positions, at least the client facing ones, are about building trust and rapport, and conveying a certain gravitas, etc., you shouldn’t hire someone without meeting them in person. Phone and video conference interviews are an efficient tool for the early interview stages, but an in-person meeting is a must before making a final offer.
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