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Could the impact of seasoned sales employee closers leaving timeshare tracks result in the lost sales ? In other words, losing seasoned veteran sales closers costs timeshare sites not just the recruiting, hiring, and training costs, but the far greater costs are the “lost sales”.
Do you agree or disagree that seasoned marketing and sales closers turnover from combined timeshare locations could end up killing the overall numbers and corporate ultimately could end up missing the overall plan goals?
CTBB pay dividend every season, but I can only see 2019 dividend record.
Am I missing anything?
Should I search another keyword ? CTBB - Qwest Corporation
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