Stop tolerating your worst-performing reps

03/1/2012 | Sales Benchmark Index

Sales managers are sometimes resistant to fire their poorest sales representatives either because they are not good at identifying them or because they think even a bad salesperson is worth something, writes Scott Gruher. However, if you have provided your poor-performing representatives with all of the tools necessary for success and they haven't improved, you should fire them, he writes.

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