Salespeople don't get paid if they don't sell. So, a highly compensated
salesperson is always a good thing. I haven't seen any scenario where
lack of sales are rewarded.
Bob Olhsson wrote:
> Karl Miller writes:
>> James Levine supposedly makes over $3.5M a year, a combination of his Boston
>> and Met appointments. What does he bring that could possibly justify the
> More income than whatever additional amount he costs! What makes you think they would pay that much if they didn't have to?
> Salespeople also don't "deserve" what they often earn but the facts of life are that some individuals can make the difference between an organization breaking even and losing a lot of money.