MLM Compensation Plans - The Unilevel Plan
In this plan, recruits do not advance to positions above basic distributors, regardless of their performance.
According to White, the principal advantage of the unilevel plan is that it’s easy for companies to administer and for
distributors to explain to potential recruits.

Its chief disadvantage is its lack of flexibility in achieving some of the goals mentioned earlier. In addition, unilevel
plans are limited in depth of levels of payment which inhibits deep sales organizations. Instead, front line width
occurs which may cause sponsors to be "thin" in support. Over time, most companies that start with unilevel plans
adapt them to look more like a stairstep breakaway plan.

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