I got hired a few months ago and get 12 dollars an hour plus commission. The way the commission breaks down is that after you sell 15k work of product, you earn 2.5% commission for every sale after that 15k. Anything before 15k you don't see a penny of.
You hourly starts at 9.00 plus commission. You must achieve near impossible sales in this market in order to get any significant commissions near 141% of your goal. You must also hit 10 out of 12 months first year to get a 1 dollar hourly raise.
Answered - Sales Representative (Former Employee) - Texas
It was an hourly pay but I know that sales worked on commission. At the time there was in bound/out sale and retail store salespeople.
Answered - Industrial Stitcher (Former Employee) - Plymouth, MN
Both. I started over 4 years ago at minimum wage hourly, and Commission based on your own sales. The Commission percentage goes up as you cross certain thresholds. There is also a possible monthly bonus based on your store making or exceeding sales goals. I now make about 33% more than minimum wage plus the above detailed commission programs.