2019 Cannabis Industry Compensation Survey a Joint Effort: Cannabis At Work and Global Governance Advisors announce strategic partnership

December 19, 2018, Edmonton, Alberta - Cannabis At Work and Global Governance Advisors (GGA) are pleased to announce a strategic partnership to deliver an expanded and enhanced cannabis industry compensation survey for 2019. This marks the 3rd year that Cannabis At Work has released a compensation survey for the cannabis industry.

“We’re excited to partner with GGA to continue to provide the cannabis sector with critical benchmarking data around compensation” said Alison McMahon, CEO of Cannabis At Work “GGA has an excellent reputation as compensation, incentive and governance experts. We look forward to working with them to enhance the work we’ve done thus far.”

The survey will benchmark a variety of roles including executive level positions, production and cultivation, processing, compliance and regulatory, facilities management, and corporate services. The survey will include data on base salaries, benefits, short and long-term incentives, and executive compensation. The survey is designed to assist both private and public companies in compensation planning.

“We know that pay-based decisions keep board members and senior managers up at night, making compensation benchmark data very important for our clients and this industry. This combined with a high-volume of recruitment in the cannabis sector makes compensation planning a real priority for cannabis companies” said Paul Gryglewicz, Senior Partner at Global Governance Advisors. “We are pleased to partner with Cannabis At Work to expand the survey in 2019 and continue to offer market trends and intelligence to our cannabis sector clients.”

The survey is anticipated to launch in early 2019. Companies operating in the cannabis sector, including Licensed Producers, are encouraged to participate. To learn more or to participate in the survey, contact us at hello@cannabisatwork.com.

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