Changes to the sales compensation plan may make you question if you should stay in your current job. On one hand, you’ve been at this company for a few years and know the ropes. You’re familiar with the products and services you are selling. You like your manager and the rest of the team.
But those details won’t pay the bills. Although you’ve been a top performer who’s gone to President’s Club the last two years, the current sales comp plan will make hitting your targets more difficult.
When deciding whether your sales comp plan justifies a career move, consider these eight points.