In compensation plans, there are positions of achievement we call titles or ranks. To qualify for them, independent representatives meet volume and structure requirements. Both are measurements of organization performance.
A volume requirement is a measurement of volume from (a) an individual independent representative, (b) a group of independent representatives within one’s downline, or (b) all independent representatives within one’s downline.
A structure requirement is a measurement of a count of people in one’s downline who have met volume requirements and often structure requirements, too. A structure requirement may be a count of active personally enrolled representatives, active paid-as legs, or a combination of both.
Volume And Structure
While volume is king, structure is queen. Watch this video to find out why structure requirements matter so much.
Build More Relationships
Structure requirements lead to more relationships between leaders, and leadership development helps to grow direct selling companies faster.
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