Written by Lazy Gardens
A common way to evaluate businesses is to do a “year on year” comparison to see if business is up, down, or holding steady from one year or decade to the next. The news from Mary Kay Canada is bad. Really bad. In a decade, commission income for the majority of the consultants dropped to half what it was in 1999, and the sales directors have also seen a decrease in commission income.
Canadian law requires MLMs to report some income for their recruits. The MLMs do not track sales, but they do know what they pay out in commissions.