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Understanding Commissions for Recruits: Qualification and Promotion Requirements

In summary, "Commission off Recruits" refers to the payment a recruiter receives for successfully enlisting new recruits into the military. It is calculated as a percentage of the recruit's base salary and is a common practice in the military to incentivize recruiters. However, there may be limitations and restrictions on the amount of commission a recruiter can receive. This practice benefits the military by ensuring a steady flow of new personnel into the armed forces.
I thought once we recruited someone we made a small commission off of their sales?? Does this only happen once they qualify? Or, only once we've been promoted to Future Director or Director?
 
Once you promote to Future Director, you start with a 1% override for your recruits IF you have $1250 in sales yourself for the month. You also get a 1% override on YOUR OWN sales.
 
It's actually $1,500 here in Canada. :)
 
In the US:

Once you personally recruit 2 (even before they qualify but two or more must be active) you receive 1% override on your sales and those of your personal recruits in any month that you personally sell $1250.

As a director (5 personally recruited and qualified recruits) you get 3% override on your sales and on those of EVERYONE in your downline (even those you didn't personally recruit) any month that you personally sell $350 and your total team (including you) sells $4000.

Higher level directors get higher percents but that's the highest jump.
 
silly questionbut what exactly does "override" mean?

thanks,
Sandy
 
I'd call it a "bonus".
 
Is the override of the total sales or of the commission?
 
The override % is figured just like our commission. So, if your commission is 23% of $1500, and your override is 3%. Then it would be 3% of $1500.

HTH
 

What is "Commission off Recruits"?

"Commission off Recruits" is a term used in the military to refer to the payment a recruiter receives for successfully enlisting new recruits into the armed forces. It is often a percentage of the recruit's base salary and can vary based on the branch of the military and the recruiter's rank.

How is "Commission off Recruits" calculated?

The calculation for "Commission off Recruits" can vary depending on the specific branch of the military and the recruiter's rank. In general, it is a percentage of the recruit's base salary, which is then multiplied by the number of recruits successfully enlisted by the recruiter.

Is "Commission off Recruits" a common practice in the military?

Yes, "Commission off Recruits" is a common practice in the military. It is seen as a way to incentivize recruiters to bring in new recruits and is often viewed as a performance-based bonus for their efforts.

Are there any limitations or restrictions on "Commission off Recruits"?

Yes, there may be limitations or restrictions on "Commission off Recruits" depending on the branch of the military and the recruiter's rank. For example, some branches may have a cap on the percentage of the recruit's base salary that can be received as commission, while others may have limits on the number of recruits a recruiter can receive commission for in a certain time period.

How does "Commission off Recruits" benefit the military?

"Commission off Recruits" benefits the military by incentivizing recruiters to actively seek out and bring in new recruits. This helps maintain a steady flow of new personnel into the armed forces, which is crucial for maintaining a strong and capable military.

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