Paying cash for contacts

McLaughlin, Shane
November 1998
Inc.;Nov98, Vol. 20 Issue 16, p107
Reports on sales dealership executive Bill Ross' replacement of his employees' weekly salary with a compensation plan to promote proactive selling. Move to help Super 1 dealership in Atlanta, Georgia post profits; Features of the salary plan; Benefits of the incentive.


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