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What Makes Incentives and Compensation So Tricky?
Managing incentive compensation presents challenges to almost every large and midsized company, due to the complex nature of the calculations. But along with

partial knee replacements  Many people can get partial credit for a single transaction; split credits then have to take place when a sale qualifies for inclusion in compensation purposes for one or more employees. Territory boundaries can be defined by geography, product, area code, or a myriad of other factors, since territory is a way of defining which transactions a participant should be credited with (it is usually a geographic area, but can also be an industry or a specific set of customers). Incentives can also be paid on a

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