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benchmarks the individual salespeople would be provided with Who can rephrase/explain?
Jan 15, 2012 9:32 AM
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Privet Sergey. You really need to post the full sentence. A benchmark is a standard, or a set of standards, used as a point of reference for evaluating performance or level of quality. Benchmarks may be drawn from a firm's own experience, from the experience of other firms in the industry, or from legal requirements such as environmental regulations. Rephrased: The director indicated what company standards the individual salespeople would be provided with for the evaluation of their performance.
January 15, 2012
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