The Sales Commission Dilemma

Brodsky, Norm
May 2003
Inc.;May2003, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p49
Focuses on the practice of paying sales commissions. Information on how to handle sales compensation; Effect of commissions on employee relations; Description of the job of a salesperson.


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