Chanil, Debra
October 2004
Convenience Store News;10/16/2004, Vol. 40 Issue 13, p117
Trade Publication
This article reports that the latest CSNews Salary survey has yielded both good news and bad news for c-store management: While 10 of the 15 positions included posted salary increases over the last two years, seven showed declines in their total compensation. In particular, the results for the three top titles — CEO, president and CFO — were among those showing a lower total since the last survey. Questionnaires for the 2004 survey were sent to 1,400 top executives at c-store chains only. These executives were asked to provide salary, bonus/commission and added compensation for c-store management positions ranging from CEO and president to store supervisors and managers.


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