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Magazine articles on recruiting and retaining employees, benefit plans, and compensation.
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Job Journal
June 4, 2006
Michael Kinsman
Career Pros: Seniors Put Job Fair in Reverse At this "reverse" job fair, jobseekers 55 and older stood by while employers approached them to check job qualifications and to talk. mark for My Articles 323 similar articles
Registered Rep.
June 1, 2006
Kristen French
Morgan's Training Makeover Morgan Stanley is in the midst of a major redesign of its rookie training program, the latest in a string of moves by retail head James Gorman to revamp the brokerage operation and make it more profitable. mark for My Articles 889 similar articles
Registered Rep.
June 1, 2006
John Churchill
iPods and Jobs at Raymond James Raymond James Financial Services, is handing out iPods to good recruiting prospects. mark for My Articles 160 similar articles
Registered Rep.
June 1, 2006
Halah Touryalai
Overtime Settlements Stacking Up Citigroup agreed in mid-May to pay a record $98 million to past and present advisors to settle their overtime-pay claims. It's the fourth major financial firm to settle a class-action suit regarding overtime pay within the past 10 months. mark for My Articles 730 similar articles
Registered Rep.
June 1, 2006
Anne Field
Secret Weapon Interns are not in the habit of playing a key role in a firm, but financial advisors will find it hard to go wrong hiring one for the summer, or at any time during the year. It's an effective way to get a lot of work done on the cheap, freeing up staff to spend more time with clients. mark for My Articles 529 similar articles
Registered Rep.
June 1, 2006
Cappon et al.
That's Talent When hiring a new rep, what are the key success factors -- the characteristics that enable a new producer to succeed? Is it even possible to anticipate how a particular candidate or trainee will do? Can you pick winners? Yes. Here's how. mark for My Articles 125 similar articles
Financial Planning
June 1, 2006
John Nersesian
Weigh Your Options Employee stock options are difficult to understand. Clients need your help to manage them effectively. Advisers who develop expertise in this area can attract and retain significant relationships with executives. mark for My Articles 129 similar articles
Investment Advisor
June 2006
Green & Murphy
Recruiting Wars: Freedom and Culture The underlying dilemma of independent broker/dealers and their reps -- interdependence versus independence -- is one of the main dynamics in play when it comes to recruiting reps. mark for My Articles 434 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
June 2006
Software Development: Game Over? The question for engineers and technologists everywhere is whether the practice of counting on the generous enthusiasm and adrenaline of dedicated professionals to meet or beat draconian goals and deadlines for little or no additional compensation should be put to an end. mark for My Articles 86 similar articles
The Motley Fool
May 31, 2006
Jim Mueller
Too Many Options on the Menu Stock-based compensation weighs down the earnings of restaurants, of all things. Is it really necessary, though, if you are an established, profitable restaurant chain? mark for My Articles 356 similar articles
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