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IAG NZ decides to make sales incentives a thing of the past

June 29 2018

IAG New Zealand decides to make sales incentives a thing of the past

IAG New Zealand has made a decision to bring an end to the practice of incentivising employees based on sales target driven performance.

Chief Executive Craig Olsen says the announcement is the culmination of an on-going process of review and change over recent years.

“IAG New Zealand has had a long-standing commitment to a balanced scorecard with regard to rewarding staff which has seen an incremental reduction over the past few years in the value of sales incentives in our performance framework.

“We have now decided to completely remove sales target incentives from our people’s objectives effective 1 July 2018 so we can support customer requirements from a service and needs basis.”

“At IAG, our purpose is to make our world a safer place. At the heart of this is making sure we offer the right cover and protection that meets our customer’s needs.

“To demonstrate we are truly purpose-led and to create world-leading customer experiences, we are continually assessing our current business practices and future approach.

“We know that customer and community sentiment is evolving, people expect to receive a great experience.Removing sales targets will further enable IAG to build a culture that has our people and customers at the core of everything we do.

“Over the last three years we have continually reduced individual objectives around sales. In the current financial year, we introduced an objective to place less emphasis on the outcome and more emphasis on the customer experience. The latest move means will we have zero incentivised sales targets.”

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