Post by non-winging it on Dec 9, 2014 19:02:45 GMT -6
So I noticed at the end of last season that the track was struggling to get workers on a weekly basis, especially on the infield. I was wondering what its going to take to get workers to the track on a weekly basis. I also know that for years that a majority of the workers positions are volunteer jobs, but it is getting harder and harder to get people to volunteer for anything, much less a "job". Is paying the workers the answer?? Will this improve the quality of help that the track gets? If the track was to pay those positions, what would be a fair amount to pay them?? Are all of the positions worth the same pay?? How about some constructive discussion about improving the helping positions at our track.