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socomdark in Fort Collins, Colorado

25 months ago

If I remember correctly it means you get whatever your at-risk incentive regardless of sales your first couple months. So when you are out during training it's like you are still getting commission even though you aren't in the store the whole time and while you are still learning the next month you still get that commission. It's incentive for you to perform in sales showing how much you can get if you sell well.

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socomdark in Fort Collins, Colorado

25 months ago

Neftali Palma in Central, Mississippi said: Interesting thanks for your answer. Do you know what is the bilingual differential? Is participation in union required to get wage increases?

Not sure on bilingual differential but yes you have to be a part of the union for wage increases. From what the store manager told me, union dues are a pretty small amount for the benefits you get for being in it. Depending if I get the job or not, this would be my first union job and it sounds like something you should look forward to.

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