Workers don’t just compete for jobs, businesses compete for great workers. How your business stacks up compensation-wise can be the difference between thriving, or simply surviving. If you want to attract, recruit and retain skilled workers, you need to know that your compensation package is competitive.
The 2012 Canadian Tourism Sector Compensation Study provides the median annual salary and hourly wage for 45 tourism occupations. The data is broken down by industry, region and employment type (union, non-union, full-time, part-time and seasonal). This report is not just about salaries and wages; it also includes information on compensation trends, gratuity-splitting practices, employee turnover and the prevalence of perquisites and benefits.
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