By Matt Finkelstein, FutureSense LLC
The 4th annual Cannabis Compensation Survey is open for participation registration until April 2023.
This survey analyses data provided by employers and produces industry-specific benchmarks for 140+ unique positions. It complies with federal guidelines meant to protect anonymity and ensure unbiased results.
Participation in the survey grants your organization exclusive access to the Detailed Report – containing more data, additional percentiles, and demographic breakdowns by state, headcount, and revenue. The Detailed Report is ideal for conducting internal compensation reviews and can be used to attract, engage, and retain key talent.
Per federal guidelines – the survey welcomes organization-wide submissions only (meaning no individual submissions). Typically, data submission is completed by an organization’s HR department, payroll administrator, or a representative from leadership. It is 100% free to participate.
Produced by FutureSense & Marijuana Business Daily, the project is endorsed by National Cannabis Industry Association and supported by Green Leaf Payroll & Business Services and Western Management Group. The survey’s mission is to support cannabis businesses, their operators and their employees by standardizing pay analysis for a dynamic, evolving, and important industry.
Enrollment is open through April 2023.
Data submission kits will be sent out in March 2023 and due back by May 31, 2023.
The final results will be published in August 2023.
For more information and to sign-up, please visit: https://content.futuresense.com/2023ccs
To download a free copy of the 2022 Summary Report, please visit: https://content.futuresense.com/2022ccs
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