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Unformatted text preview: there will always be people who find holes in the rules. However, that can be minimized. My normative approach to this problem would be company’s paying their employees for both. Companies could pay their employees a less per hour, and included commission benefits. But they could have hour shifts for each employee to do maintenance upkeep. That way those jobs get accomplished and each employee has to help out. It would make it so; one employee isn’t constantly doing upkeep while another sells constantly. Also, if the pay method was as I stated, those that work hard will still be rewarded for their marketing skills. There will be some that are lazy and won’t sell because they are happy with the hourly wage. That is unavoidable. But, with my proposed method of payment and benefits, it would make the jobs better rounded and fair....
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This note was uploaded on 01/24/2012 for the course COM 315 taught by Professor Dr.jamesreal during the Fall '12 term at Kentucky.
- Fall '12