Want to Attract (and Keep) More Millennial Salespeople? Do These 3 Things.

July 20, 2017 | By Mike Ryan

Meeting future growth projections will require companies to do a better job attracting and retaining the next generation of salespeople. The problem is that most Millennials don’t see selling as a desirable career choice.

How can businesses get more of them to consider sales as a career? Once they are onboard, how can companies help Millennials feel good about selling?

In this month’s Performance Perspective we explore:

  • Positioning sales roles in a way that exceeds the expectations of Millennials

  • Supporting the “virtual freedom” found in sales with mobile incentives

  • Reinforcing how a sales position exposes Millennials to new things

  • Connecting employee efforts with the positive effect it has on others


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