Workplace Education: Will It Help Grow Your Business?

Smirnova, Natalia
May 2011
Journal of Financial Planning;May/Jun2011 Practice Management Sol, p9
Academic Journal
The article presents strategies for performing workplace financial education based on the personal experience of the author at three large companies in Russia such as Gameland, aluminum producer United Co. (UC) RUSAL and TNK-BP Ltd., one of the 10 largest privately held companies in the world in terms of crude oil production. The author compares the effectiveness of these strategies, their potential drawbacks and their importance to financial planners. He relays that conducting workplace education will not only benefit the possibility of acquiring new clients, it can also serve as a good training ground for young planners.


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