sales assistants

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trade's picture
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I am trying to hire away a sales assistant from UBS does anyone have a feel as to what they make?

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trade wrote:I am trying to hire away a sales assistant from UBS does anyone have a feel as to what they make?You can find the answer herehttp://forums.registeredrep.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=9770

Buckeye's picture
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If you are serious about trying hire the assistant why not just ask how much he/she is making?

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trade wrote: I am trying to hire away a sales assistant from UBS does anyone have a feel as to what they make?

is she hot?

Lew Ashby's picture
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That would be way to easy.

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I found this site to be pretty helpful.www.glassdoor.comSince the data is gathered from users, it could be slightly unreliable, but if you can narrow down the position to a region I've found their ranges to be pretty accurate.

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It's very acceptable to ask for prior year's/current proof of income when negotiating admin, SA type positions. The negotiation comes in once there's a line in the sand and any added compensation you may offer on top of current earnings is justified with added responsibilities and expectations.  Keep in mind this is an 'employers' market where SAs are concerned. I hired one position in March, put the word out and had far more hits than I expected. We upgraded big time for a slight increase in expense on our part. Most of the lookers were employed vs. unemployed but unhappy, concerned about getting cut, etc. I heard more crazy stories about brokers in that one week of interviews than I've heard in years. Hire carefully! 

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thanks

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