This case looks into the reward structure for an agent deals group. Pharma Talent, an agreement deals organization for pharmaceutical organizations crosswise over Canada, guaranteed its customers that its agents would drive deals at a lower expense than what the customer would bring about in the event that it had its own business power. Generally, it had contracts with items that focused on doctors (e.g., professionally prescribed medications or restorative gadgets); on the other hand, another contract in Ontario included an over-the-counter (OTC) item. Pharma Talent as of now had a pay-for-execution reward structure that had as of now been modified three times. In any case, because of the structure of the distinctive domains in Ontario, numerous business colleagues thought the extra was out of line and exceptionally disheartening, while its pay-for-execution structure did not address the customers issues.
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