Once someone has been hired and is on the job, in exchange for work to be performed, the company’s responsibility is to provide Compensation and other Benefits. Figure 13-9 shows a Benefit to be something of financial value paid to a Person in the course of an Employment with the Company.


Figure 13- 8: Certification

The most significant Benefit, of course, is financial Compensation, typically in the form of a Salary. If the work is done on commission, however, it could be Incentive Compensation, instead. People working under such circumstances often can take a Draw against future earnings.

Figure 13-9: Benefits

In addition to normal ...

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