AMI salary survey now online

Author:
Updated:
Original:

The 2008 Association of Marina Industries’ Marina Wage Rate Survey is now open for participation.

This is a new survey intended to provide marina managers a means to compare the salaries of their employees to others in the same region and around the nation.

The survey contains questions about hourly wages, average vacation time, benefits and pension plans across a range of job categories, including general manager, office administrator, store manager, forklift operator, dockhand and receptionist. The results of the survey can be used by managers to ensure:

• salaries are fair for the position, region and years of experience of each employee
• raises reflect experience and region, as well as performance
• benefits are in line with the industry

The survey should take no more than 15 minutes to complete.

To participate, click here.

The report is available at no cost to AMI members who provide data for the survey and $65 for members who do not participate. The cost is $99 for non-members.

Related

Freedom Boat Club Expands

Through November, it has grown to more than 245 locations serving more than 55,000 members.

BRP Announces FY21, Q3 Results

While the North American market saw solid gains in the powersports segment, pandemic-related shutdowns and the retirement of Evinrude had a big impact on revenue.

Quick Hits: November 25, 2020

p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 11.0px Arial} span.s1 {font-kerning: none} Patrick hires a new CFO; CMC Marine joins NMMA; Dometic makes names new HR VP; and Stingray Boats earns a safety milestone.

Wholesale Shipments Drop in September

NMMA: Easing supply chain constraints should enable more manufacturers to build boats.

Dealers: What’s Your 2021 Retail Outlook?

The monthly Pulse Report asks marine retailers to weigh in on November market conditions.