by Dale Petrie You’ve seen it before. The director of golf or tennis or your head of food and beverage at your club is a
Resale Values, Not Retirement Homes, Create A Job Shortage And Weaker Staffs At Clubs
By Dale Petrie We’ve long talked about the battle between clubs wanting year-round golf, tennis, fitness and food and beverage staff while attempting to hire
The Five Mistakes A Search Committee Can Make
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By Ed Shanaphy, CMAA As 2022 brings in a new breath of life to so many in our industry as we battle a virus, so
Vaccine Mandates And The Country Club
By Ed Shanaphy, CMAA Across the nation, a plethora of industries are facing the challenge over vaccine mandates. From first responders in New York, Chicago
The Offer Of Employment Letter – The Basics and a Sample
Initially, the Club was so excited to have the opportunity to hire a new, fresh face. A new Director of Fitness or Tennis with a
The Bane Of Our Club Industry… Housing
by Ed Shanaphy, USPTA Director of Tennis and Assistant General Manager It’s that time of year as we look back on the year just gone
The Fatal Mistake Of Hiring The Tennis Pro A Member Recommends
Following a resignation of a Director of Tennis, many members will come with their choice as a replacement. Don’t be tempted to hire their tennis pro too quickly.
After Covid-19, Should Guaranteed Teaching Revenues Be Extended After First Year?
One of the methods used to attract a great Director of Fitness or Tennis is to guarantee a certain amount of on-court or on-floor teaching
Working With Committees
The role of the Tennis Committee in recruiting and hiring a tennis professional is rarely practiced.