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Sale Representatives do these followings:
Take care of the store
Responsible for stock
Increase sales to meet the target
product suggestion

These list are quite sounds unnatural for me.

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Why would a sales representative take care of a store? Isn't that the responsibility of the store manager?

Why would a sales representative have anything to do with stock? Do you mean the stock in an individual store? Do you mean the stock in a warehouse? In any case, neither of those sound like something a sales representative would take care of.

More natural and believable:

In an effort to increase sales to meet their targets, sales representatives suggest products that their customers might purchase.

CJ

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I think it's "stock in an individual store.".

OK.

CJ

Is "Responsible for stock" sound clear and natural? It's kinda vague.

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mosja

Is Does "Responsible for stock" sound clear and natural? It's kinda kind of vague.

I agree. I don't know what it means. What do you think it means?

CJ

Supply for sales? or Stock market?

I think it's supplies for sales in a shop.

mosjaSupply for sales?

That's possible. I'm not a sales representative, and I don't even know anybody who is. I suppose the sales rep puts in a recurring order so that the store receives the goods they want (the stock) periodically.

mosjaStock market?

No. The stock market is a completely different thing.

CJ

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That's possible. I'm not a sales representative, and I don't even know anybody who is. I suppose the sales rep puts in a recurring order so that the store receives the goods they want (the stock) periodically.

So that would be "sales rep places orders", right? How do you say this informally?

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