Imagine accepting a sales position at a company without knowing how much money you’d be making.

If you’re thinking, “That wouldn’t work for me,” you’re not alone — it wouldn’t work for me either.

Compensation is an important factor when attracting and retaining talent on your sales team. That’s why getting your organization’s sales compensation right is crucial to your success — you want to give the best talent a reason to accept a position on your sales team and stay with your company long-term.

However, sales compensation can be tricky to get right. Not only are salespeople notoriously good

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