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a person employed to represent a business and to sell its merchandise (as to customers in a store or to customers who are visited)

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The association also called for the removal of policy limiting the supervision of only 20 salespersons per licensed broker, and had sought clarification on the requirement for real estate brokers to register under the Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board (HLURB).
Ask the salesperson for photo identification that shows their full name and the name of the company they work for so you know who youre dealing with;
By analogy, customers' recognition of the firm can be regarded as the extension of recognition of the salespersons.
H1c: The effect of a salesperson's active listening 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.
Cathay Life Insurance follows in second to hire 170 office staffers and 3,200 salespersons, with annual recruitment of office staffer and salespersons reaching 400 and 8,000, respectively.
This type of query can help evaluate the performance of the salespersons in the wake of their rotation between the stores.
Oakes (1990) describes that salespersons undergo multi-phased sales process including prospecting and qualifying prospects, interviewing potential customers, closing the sale, and providing service to clients.
2001; Aldoory and Toth, 2004), studies on the Transformational leadership, Transactional leadership, Laissez-faire leadership approach or any mixture of these components among the insurance salespersons are crucial.
FNH USA ran two promotional contests between June and September 2008, one to reward a top dealer and the other to reward a top salesperson at an FNH USA distributor.
In other words, answers to what drives retail salespersons to view some situations as having ethical overtones and others to be ethically neutral in content have yet to be addressed.
You're sitting at your computer working on a spreadsheet that displays revenue generated by individual salespersons.
Too often, successful interactions in this regard happen only on an ad hoc basis and are a regular occurrence for only a few exceptionally tactful and talented salespersons.
Five industries employed more than three-quarters of all retail salespersons in 1998.
A employs resident salespersons in three states who are responsible for designated geographic areas.