June 8th 2016
Sales Incentive Practices Survey
Mercer has recently completed a deep dive into sales incentive practices across Europe, seeking to identify the unique practices that set high performing organisations apart. The study covered 80 organisation in 20 European markets.
The survey and report is not open to public and we are grateful for Mercer for allowing access to PARC members.
This resource is available to PARC members only. To access, please log in with your username and password.
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