Big banks increasingly want branch workers to act like salespeople—but they're not quite ready to pay them for the extra hustle it takes to close a deal.

Commercial banks are starved for sales growth, and hefty bonuses and commissions are proven incentives in other industries. Yet such pay structures require new technology for tracking employee performance and could run afoul of new compensation regulations.

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