September 2009
Journal of Financial Planning;Sep2009 Solutions, p16
Academic Journal
The article offers information related to business management specifically on the results of the 2009 Financial Planning Salary Survey from Financial Planning Association (FPA), the effect of surfing the Internet to employees and ways to determine the success of a seminar. The survey reveals that workers get extremely satisfied based on their work environment, followed by compensation and daily tasks. The researchers from the University of Melbourne in Victoria have cited that people who engage into surfing the Internet have been viewed to be more productive. Seminars conducted by financial advisers can be considered successful as the attendees will request for follow-up appointments.


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