Bringing On Gen Y

April 2013
Financial Planning;Apr2013, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p29
The article offers the author's insights on developing and motivating young planners to stay in one's firm. The author states that young planners stay in a firm with the same culture and philosophy as they have which enables them to balance work and life. He mentions that planners prefer diversified tasks and are inclined engage on broad sense of the job with customers such as meetings and interactions. He adds that young planners stay in a firm which offers them a well defined career track.


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