2019 is in the books and many of you had a very good year, so congrats! To continue to build upon these successes and avert the challenges facing our profession, it is increasingly necessary that you continue to fully utilize every asset at your disposal. And by far the biggest lever you can pull to...
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The location of your firm is a major driver in what type of talent you can attract. When recruiting Millennial talent for your firm, the firms located in major metro areas (tier 1 market) tend to have an advantage over those in less populated urban centers (tier 2 market)… a reality of current Millennial lifestyle...
Last month, we discussed why it’s important to hire for quality of experience over just quantity (or job title) alone. But this comes into play not only with experienced planner hires, but also those coming directly out of CFP programs, since all the CFP programs are not the same. In fact, one of the reasons...