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Do you have to do comp corrections at the end of every sales month because the reporting and finance team never get it right?

The past 3 months I have spent no less then 2 full workdays in each month doing corrections for deals I was not paid on or not paid correctly on. Just today I resubmitted something for the 4th time now to my manager for finance to fix. Im sick of wasting my selling time doing someone else’s job. I am asked to do my corrections and am held to that, so why do I still not get paid correctly after submitting my corrections? They have one job. I have to submit them another time and another time before it’s actually done. If I wasn’t my own advocate, I would miss out on thousands and thousands of dollars in my paycheck monthly. Do other companies have such difficulties? I specifically sell advertising to car dealerships

Are comp corrections the demise of your existence?
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JDialz
Politicker
+5
COO
CC everyone. Raise hell.
ThisCouldHaveBeenAnEmail
Advertising Sales Consultant
πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯I may have slacked my manager Β  that the company should hire people who actually do their job lol I can’t wait until he reads thats and calls me tmr
JDialz
Politicker
+5
COO
Read receipts on an email πŸ‘€
Ras_Rebuttles
Contributor
+2
Sales Consultant
In start ups yessss, like 8 times in a year...Β 
twice without telling us πŸ˜‚
CuriousFox
WR Officer
+13
Senior Account Executive
Not the demise per se, but I still check.
ThisCouldHaveBeenAnEmail
Advertising Sales Consultant
I wish! I consider it one of my top biggest gripes of my job and that’s saying a lot lol
DadFather
Politicker
+5
Enterprise Account Executive
Insert β€œplz fix” email signature we all have for comp changesΒ 
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