Study Shows Staffing Is a Key to Practice Success

Tibergien, Mark; Palaveev, Philip
July 2001
Journal of Financial Planning;Jul2001, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p44
Academic Journal
Discusses the findings of the 2001 Compensation & Staffing Study conducted by the Financial Planning Association which claim that personnel management in financial advisory firms in the United States affect the firm's success. Advantages of hiring specialized financial professionals; How corporate culture limits the growth of employees; Factors which determine compensation structure in financial advisory firms.


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