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Why Your Best Sales Reps Are Leaving [Infographic]

Jamie Shanks
Jamie Shanks
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Research shows that the churn rate for salespeople, 15.9%, is higher than average compared to other types of professions, 14.3%. If sales leadership wants to retain their reps, especially their top performers, they must have a crucial understanding of why people are leaving. 

The following infographic from Peak Sales Recruiting uses data from LinkedIn, Forbes and Selling Power to outline the top 21 reasons why your top salespeople are leaving your organization. Mitigate the risk of loosing your best reps – check out the infographic below.

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