Staffing at GolfNorth fell to about 200 from upwards of 1,000 after golf’s shutdown
Several other employees moved on to other jobs
May 20, 2021 By Wellington Advertiser
The shutdown of golf in Ontario has had a significantly negative impact on the province’s golf courses during the extended stay-at-home order. The vice-president of GolfNorth Properties said the staffing complement at the corporation’s 33 courses has been reduced to the equivalent of 200 full-time employees. Normally, it’s upwards of 1,000 people. He added several employees moved on to other jobs after the shutdown, forcing GolfNorth to re-hire in time for golf to resume.
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