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Assigning and designing policies and practices for your sales team can be challenging. Without these standards in place though, you risk losing talented sales professionals to your competitors. By keeping up with the latest trends and best practices, get one step closer to finding, keeping, and motivating the sales team you need for continued success.
Develop an ideal talent strategy with the US Mercer SIRS® – Sales Policies and Practices Survey. Leverage data from over 49,302 employee observations to learn how to keep your employees engaged. Influence your company’s policies with robust data across the Consumer Products, Life Sciences, High Technology - STEM, and Airline and Transportation industries. For decisions that are both cost effective and strategically focused, analyze the data across key components, such as:
Participation open: March – May
Results publish: September
2020 Results Available
Based on data from the 2020 US Mercer SIRS - Sales Policies and Practices Survey. Data minimum and suppression rules account for the difference between the number of positions surveyed and published.
Survey results are delivered in Mercer WIN®, giving you access to the data through a variety of customizable parameters.
View a list of the participating companies included in the 2020 US Mercer SIRS - Sales Policies and Practices Survey here.
2020 Survey Participation is now closed. Survey participation is open to all organizations with matching jobs and is required to purchase results. The act of submitting data to a survey is known as survey participation and your company is then viewed as a participant. To learn more about how you can become a participant, please contact us. As a survey participant, you do receive key benefits:
Airline & Transportation, Consumer Products, High Tech & Life Sciences salary data.
Go beyond the paycheck and explore other areas of compensation.
STI Insights by career level and job family with three-year historical trend.
Pay data for core benchmark jobs from 100 markets