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Creba thus sought to reduce the academic requirements for salespersons, provided they undergo relevant training or are certified by the licensed broker supervising them.
Do not sign a contract under pressure or make any commitments to the salesperson before doing your own research;
According to Zhuang, Xi, and Tsang (2008), guanxi behavior performed by salespersons can create emotional closeness and interaction that the parties find agreeable, reduce the perception of conflict, and increase the willingness of the parties to the transaction to cooperate with each other.
H1b: The effect of a salesperson's adaptive selling behaviors on the level of the salesperson's customer retention level, relative to other salespersons in the firm, is stronger in low market orientation firms compared to the effect in high market orientation firms.
Nan Shan Life will reportedly create 3,700 jobs to lead its peers, 97% are which being salespersons without basic salary but good profit and entrepreneurial potential.
The results could help identify the training that is beneficial and when it should take place, the periods for launching products, and the stays (frequency and duration) of the salespersons in the stores, all with the aim of increasing sales.
Thus, due to the salespersons direct link to sales via client interaction and the high expense involved in their training and maintaining, profitability of the organization is greatly influenced by their effectiveness (Zoltners, Sinha, Lorimer, 2004).
The award was given to VW brand salespersons from Italy, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia and the Canary Islands.
Given the unique blend of vital responsibilities of insurance salespersons for most of the selling activities including promoting (pre-sale), selling and servicing (post-sale), it is therefore important for sales managers and supervisors to identify ways to stimulate positive behavioral responses from their salespersons, especially from the satisfaction and performance perspectives (Dubinsky and Yammarino, 1985).
In addition, these salespersons were entered into a drawing for the cash prize of $2,500.
Furthermore, empirical work in retail selling has ascertained that retail salespersons do not appear to be particularly concerned about ethically troublesome situations they face in their sales positions (Dubinsky and Levy 1985; Levy and Dubinsky 1983).