VP and General Manager
Paul Greenspan grew up in Chicago before moving to Milwaukee. In 1996, he opened an award-winning Kitchen & Bath showroom in his new hometown.
Paul has been in the kitchen and bath industry since 1984 and has been an active member of NKBA serving on both the local and national level. Paul moved to central Florida in 2015 with his wife to join Central Kitchen and Bath as its General Manager.
Show Them the Love and the Money
Structuring a Compensation Program that Makes Sense for Team Members and the Showroom
McDonald’s has raised its minimum wage to $17 an hour. The lowest paid worker at Bank of America makes $25 per hour. Walmart recently announced that it will pay full college tuition for any associate, including the cost of books.
What does it take in this employment market for kitchen and bath showrooms to attract and retain best-in-class talent?
Paul Greenspan, Vice President and General Manager at Central Kitchen and Bath in Winter Park, FL will relate successful strategies for showrooms to structure compensation and benefit programs and create a corporate culture that makes a showroom a destination of choice for top talent.