Pharma Industry Likely To Take Wait-And-See Approach To GSK U.S. Sales Incentive Changes
Like the canaries that miners used to take deep into the coal mines with them to ensure the air was of breathing quality, GlaxoSmithKline sales representatives will play a pioneering role starting next year when new compensation practices based not on sales totals but instead on customer service are implemented
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