Sales Compensation Analyst Salary
A Sales Compensation Analyst earns an average salary of $62,979 per year. Most people move on to other jobs if they have more than 20 years' experience in this career. For the first five to ten years in this position, salary increases steeply, but any additional experience does not have a big effect on pay. A skill in Microsoft Office is associated with high pay for this job.
|Salary||$47,326 - $92,202|
|Bonus||$1,027 - $7,575|
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|$44,443 - $95,512|
|Bonus||$1,027 - $7,575|
|Total Pay (||$44,443 - $95,512|
Job Description for Sales Compensation Analyst
A sales compensation analyst analyzes salary levels and commissions for the sales team in a company. The analyst makes sure that the compensation is distributed correctly. The analyst will usually carry out validation efforts on a monthly basis. Exception requests should also be processed manually by the analyst. It is important to be detail-oriented to be able to detect any current discrepancies. When complaints are made as to inconsistencies, the sales compensation analyst must use problem-solving skills to find out the root of the problem, whether it is a one-time error or ongoing issue.Read More...
Sometimes, the compensation analyst may be asked to provide suggestions as to changes in salary levels and commission levels. The sales compensation analyst should create reports for management as to the effectiveness of compensation plans. The analyst may work on a team to make suggestions as to what should be changed.
Strong computer skills are necessary, in order to perform the tasks of this job. The analyst should be proficient with Microsoft Word and Excel, in order to create formulas and charts. The analyst will also have to create financial models for projections and what-if scenarios. It is important to be proficient with automated compensation pricing tools. The analyst will usually work in an office environment, though some travel may be necessary to work with other departments. Usually, a bachelor’s degree in business administration, finance, accounting, or something similar is needed. (Copyright 2017 PayScale.com)
Sales Compensation Analyst Tasks
- Assist in planning and implementing new and modified sales compensation plans.
- Compute commissions, wages and deductions for sales employees.
- Compile, analyze and report employee incentive sales data.
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