One Year Later Your Efforts To Improve Workplace Satisfaction Continue To Bear Fruit

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That last time we examined the value of improving workplace satisfaction within the orchestra field via grassroots efforts, we saw some improvement. A little more than a year later, it is time to see where things are related to your efforts on increasing the quantity and frequency of reviews from arts administrators and staffers about their respective institutions at GlassDoor.com. The last time we checked in, there were 32 orchestras with at least one review within …

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2017 Orchestra Compensation Reports: The Big Picture

2017 Orchestra Compensation Reports: The Big Picture

Each year, one of the most popular items in the orchestra compensation reports is a big picture overview of all compensation alongside Total Expenditure figures. If you’ve been looking for something that shows all the report values in a single chart, this is your article. Update, 8/4/17 12:45pm CT: the original version of the chart contained a few music director values which were inverted between rows. The figures below are the corrected …

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2017 Orchestra Compensation Reports: Music Directors

2017 Orchestra Compensation Reports: Music Directors

It’s tough to imagine this year’s report could top the $5,110,538 Dallas Symphony Orchestra bombshell from 2016, and at the risk of burying the lead, that’s exactly that case. Having said that, there are more than enough fascinating developments to examine. The Information In order to provide information that is as accurate as possible, info from the 2014/15 season is gathered from the following sources: Music Director compensation figures were obtained from their …

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2017 Orchestra Compensation Reports: Executives

2017 Orchestra Compensation Reports: Executives

When it comes to executive compensation, the 2014/15 season witnessed one key benchmark in the form of the highest ever severance payout to an executive. After filtering out that anomaly, the average executive compensation increased by approximately four percent and you were the only stakeholder group to experience an average increase. The Information In order to provide information that is as accurate as possible, info from the 2014/15 season is gathered from the …

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And Then That Happened

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I’m away at the 2016 @ArtsMidwest conference today but want to quickly point out two items of notes related to substitute parity (paying substitute musicians an equal per-service rate as their salary based colleagues). Regular readers know the topic of equal pay for equal work among orchestra musicians is a popular topic and one ongoing curiosity throughout those articles is a complete reticence by spokespersons from orchestra player associations, player conferences, …

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