CGSA 2005 Compensation Survey Results

Cousineau, Ken
February 2006
GreenMaster;Feb2006, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p51
Presents the results of the Compensation and Benefits Survey of golf course superintendents conducted by the Canadian Golf Superintendents Association in 2005. Percentage of superintendents who earned bonus for the year; Benefits packages offered to superintendents; Average salaries of other golf course staff.


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