Keeping Sales Strong Means Taking Care Of Your Sales Staff

Top Quote Giving our sales members the best incentive to work hard, we have done away with the standard practice of stopping commission payments upon leaving employment. End Quote
  • Orlando, FL (1888PressRelease) May 13, 2011 - L.R.Caldwell International, Inc is taking a new approach with it's sales staff.

    Called "Give me Five", LRCI has found what they believe to be the perfect balance of loyalty between it's sales force and management.

    The "Give me Five" plan allows salespersons to retain their commissions after they leave the company. Most businesses stop paying a commission within 2 years of a salesperson leaving a company. LRCI continues to pay commissions for the entire life of the account gained by the salespersons effort.

    Is there a catch? Yes. A salesperson MUST be employed 5 years, exceed sales of $60,000.00 annually. After the 5 year contract, the salesperson may opt to leave and continue receiving their monthly commission.
    Is there a limit? Yes. Commission is limited to the highest monthly sales figures per account.

    Simply put; If salesman "Joe" sold $6,000.00 monthly to buyer "B" but once, he sold that same customer an order for $8,000.00. For the time that the customer remains purchasing from LRCI, Joe will continue receiving his commission based on current monthly sales, up to the $8,000.00 he once achieved. Should the customer place an order over the $8,000.00, for example, customer "B" placed an order for $17,000.00 after Joe left the company, Joe would receive his commission based on the first $8,000.00 of that order.

    L.R.Caldwell International, Inc believes the effort and hard work provided by a salesperson should continue its reward as long as the company is profiting from those efforts.

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