When Should I Re-Hire?

Hulett, Kirk
March 2010
Journal of Financial Planning;Mar/Apr2010 Practice Management, p27
Academic Journal
The article discusses the factors to be considered by investment advisors when they are planning to re-hire staff. It suggests that when preparing to hire, they it is recommended that a work style assessment test is used to identify skill gaps within their teams. It recommends that to ensure that the time they choose to hire is appropriate, they should have a business/marketing plan in place, have a robust planning plan based on their standard operating procedures and use a temporary agency to staff the position, even if it is more expensive at first.


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