No thoughtful posts for a while, so I thought someone out there might be able to give me some good advice. And not paying for the advice IS a Zion tactic!
Don | Email | Homepage | 11.24.04 – 7:11 pm | #
Well, my advice would be to talk with the employees. If paying commissions isn’t motivating them, I’d seriously consider trying conversation.
I’ve gotten a lot of success when I was in places where I didn’t have any control over the money by just following up.
I’m not sure if it will work for you or not, but I’d try it.
Stephen M (Ethesis) | Email | Homepage | 11.24.04 – 11:57 pm | #
I would have thought paying commissions would help. “Where the tire hits the road” usually means M-O-N-E-Y.
I don’t know if this helps or not … but where I work they now have a system where future co-workers also interview the applicants in a secondary interview session.
danithew | Email | Homepage | 11.27.04 – 10:02 pm | #
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