Hiring older advisors

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Beagle's picture
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I'm looking at hiring some older advisors who aren't making their
quotas all the time and are looking to slowly exit the
industry.   Cut back to 4 days, then 3 days per week but have
help while they make the transition so they can still draw commissions.

Any ideas of ways to find these guys and gals?

My guess is there are tons of older brokers out there who would love to
take a month off in the summer and a month off in the winter but their
managers won't let them.  How do I find these guys?

noggin's picture
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Joined: 2004-11-30

Check your local Walmart, they will be the guys that say Hello when you walk in....

compliancejerk's picture
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noggin wrote:Check your local Walmart, they will be the guys that say Hello when you walk in....
noogin,
So that is where your firm gets those "broker recruits" from?    

noggin's picture
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Nice try compliancejerk.... It's actually Sears/Kmart...

BabyFat's picture
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Joined: 2004-12-01

bite me

Starka's picture
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Hi BF!  Haven't seen you in a while.
How're ya keepin'?

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