Three steps to Success
Before a plan can be made you need help with setting goals for your business
Considering the past, the present and always looking towards the future
Finding the best people and keeping them depends on great leadership
- Strategy sessions to set your course into the future
- Finding the right size for your business
- The pace of growth
- How to maximize efficiencies
- Gap strategies between what you want to do and what you can do now
- Executive Mentorship and Coaching (some call it Business Therapy)
- Financial Analysis
- Organizational Effectiveness
- Capital Planning
- Managing Sustainable Growth
- Finding Business Efficiencies
- Finding People and Keeping People
- Effective Interviewing Techniques
- Developing Performance Appraisal Systems
- Succession planning, both for the business and for positions
- Employee Terminations
- Planning for Growth with a Human Resource Lens
- Health and Safety Program Development and Implementation
British Columbia Wine Industry Salary Survey
The British Columbia Wine Industry Salary Survey encompasses wineries of all sizes and in all regions of the province to allow for competitive comparison to your peer group. The survey covers positions in all areas from the vineyard, winery, hospitality (wine shop and direct to consumer), sales and marketing, management, and restaurant, both permanent and seasonal employees.
Each participant will receive a summary report with the average salaries, with a comparison of their specific data. All data will be anonymized and held confidential from other participants. After the first stage report is done, we will continue to update the averages as new participants sign on.
Elysian Projects Inc. commits to hold all information received to be confidential to the provider. We will not share anything other than averages with other participants. If there are too few participants in a size category, we will combine with other data to maintain anonymity. We reserve the right to share general metrics with other organizations in support of the BC wine industry, but will not disclose anything identifiable to any participant.
Participants in the survey commit to keeping their summary reports confidential, and not to share with other non-participants.