Golfdom Files: Men outrank turf as maintenance problem

By |  November 7, 2019 0 Comments

The year is 1953. The problem is finding qualified, loyal employees. Wait. That sounds all too familiar. Author L.R. Mitchell adds his voice to the many voices over the years that have suggested solutions to the labor problem, recommending that employers pay crew members a competitive wage, offer year-round employment, give employee benefits and provide training. All are pretty reasonable solutions. You’ll notice a lot of masculine pronouns because one thing he doesn’t suggest is marketing the job to more women. That likely can be written off as times being different, but in this day and age it’s a viable option for solving the labor crisis. Check out our feature to learn how five women found their way into the industry. Read the full version of the article below.



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