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Jul 16, 2006 11:34 am


i work with an indy B/D in a quasi-team environment-


the niche i have developed does not get a lot of support at my current office, however i've spoken with another office (same Indy B/D) across town with the same niche as mine- and a better pay-out.


question: how much hassle is it to change managers/office with the same INDY B/D ?


--and please, save all the "do it the right way" speeches, i have done plenty of hiring and firing in my career, and already know the "right" way to leave, ect..


has anyone done this, or been involved with Reps who have?




Jul 16, 2006 11:44 am
TexasRep:


i work with an indy B/D in a quasi-team environment-


the niche i have developed does not get a lot of support at my current office, however i've spoken with another office (same Indy B/D) across town with the same niche as mine- and a better pay-out.


question: how much hassle is it to change managers/office with the same INDY B/D ?


--and please, save all the "do it the right way" speeches, i have done plenty of hiring and firing in my career, and already know the "right" way to leave, ect..


has anyone done this, or been involved with Reps who have?



a perfectly legitimate question posed in such a way that the speaker appears to be too stupid to know how to write a proper sentence.  the tip of the stupidity iceberg we see tips us off that there is deep seated stupidity right below the surface

Jul 16, 2006 2:54 pm

Proper sentences begin with capital letters.

Jul 16, 2006 3:48 pm
bankrep1:

Proper sentences begin with capital letters.


Very good.  Now you may have your milk and cookies then take a nap.

Jul 16, 2006 4:24 pm

You're the one who demanded proper sentence structure and posts free of grammatical errors. You would be called a hypocrite in most circles if you think anyone correcting you is improper. Or we could go back to a time where your and you're weren't that different.

Jul 16, 2006 4:45 pm


...now that we have NASD's prerequisite grammar lesson out of the way, complete with the usual insults and self gratifying comments:


...question: how much hassle is it to change managers/office with the same INDY B/D ?

has anyone done this, or been involved with Reps who have?

Jul 17, 2006 8:10 am

you know, like changing from one LPL office to another one in the same town-


or a RJ office or any other Indy office to another.


how much paperwork is involved?


Jul 17, 2006 10:00 am
NASD Newbie:

a perfectly legitimate question posed in such a way that the speaker appears to be too stupid to know how to write a proper sentence.  the tip of the stupidity iceberg we see tips us off that there is deep seated stupidity right below the surface



It is precisely that type of response which lowers the standard of discourse on this forum and is the origin of why you are so widely hated here, NASD (AKA Put Trader).<?:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />


For those who are uninitiated; This practice is known as "trolling" and is typically indicative of the writer's irrelevance in "real life.”


NASD, stop attacking people who are asking legitimate questions because you are so desparate for attention that any (even negative) will do. It's distracting and makes the rest of us look bad to the casual participant.


How many of the approximately 10 posts a week that you make to this forum are venomous?

Jul 17, 2006 10:39 am
TexasRep:


i work with an indy B/D in a quasi-team environment-


the niche i have developed does not get a lot of support at my current office, however i've spoken with another office (same Indy B/D) across town with the same niche as mine- and a better pay-out.


question: how much hassle is it to change managers/office with the same INDY B/D ?


--and please, save all the "do it the right way" speeches, i have done plenty of hiring and firing in my career, and already know the "right" way to leave, ect..


has anyone done this, or been involved with Reps who have?



This is how my b/d works.  I will need to change OSJs when I get my series 65 as my current OSJ isn't allowed to supervise me without having that license as well.


You need to talk to the OSJ who you are reporting to and the district manager, who the OSJ reports to and get the new office manager or OSJ involved.  The district manager is probably the same person for everyone. Your current OSJ gets an override on your production for the hassle of taking responsibility for your actions and reviewing your business.  Depending on how much revenue you bring to that person they may or may not be amenable to you transferring.  If everyone agrees.  It is not a big problem and is an internal paperwork shuffle from the b/d home office.


It is something that won't affect your clients at all.  For their purposes you are just moving to a more convenient office to be able to provide a better service to them.

Jul 17, 2006 12:04 pm

Generally your OSJ will need to "release" you from your existing contract with him/her before the B/D will allow you to join another branch.

Jul 17, 2006 3:15 pm


Thanks for the feedback-


i don't have a foot out the door- but i wanted to consider all things, especially from those with first hand experience--