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For a presentation in my marketing class (Selling and Sales Management.) It was preceded by a video and followed by a question and answer session with our chosen practitioner.

For a presentation in my marketing class (Selling and Sales Management.) It was preceded by a video and followed by a question and answer session with our chosen practitioner.

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  • Decepticoles
  • “ … their sales per hour is $150–200 dollars an hour. Take 3% of two hundred, add it to their base salary, it puts them in the $9-13 an hour range.
  • “I think it’s an effective way of paying people. I have been doing this for 4 ½ years and I can’t imagine being paid differently.
  • “ Teammates can get certificates, $50 for teammate of the season which I pick as the manager. Teammate of the month gets a $25 certificate which the teams votes on then.
  • “It’s like working at a restaurant and not eating their food. How would you expect to relate to the customer? ”
  • “Usually, through the way they speak and their accomplishments in activities, I am able to find motivated people. ”
  • “ I like to ask…What Motivates You?
  • Commission allows … you to give yourself raises whenever you want … you to be as competitive as possible …a win/win situation for employer and employee …performance levels to stay above expected goals