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Navy Recruiter Productivity and the Freeman Plan

Published 1990

by Beth J. Asch

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The Navy's pool of potential 17- to 21-year-old recruits is expected to diminish. A strategy for aiding the Navy's future recruiting effort is to alter its recruiter management techniques, particularly its incentive program, the Freeman Plan. Data from Chicago in 1986 were examined to analyze the Freeman Plan's effects on productivity. The study found that recruiting behavior is consistent with the Plan's incentives but may not be consistent with the Navy's goals. The author suggests several ways to change recruiter behavior, including increasing the point differential between high- and low-quality recruits, thereby motivating recruiters to enlist more of them; and shortening the production cycle, thereby giving recruiters less time between cycles.

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