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Making Cannabis Work Mean Something

Making Cannabis Work Mean Something

Making Work Meaningful in the Cannabis Industry Cannabis industry employees value salary, benefits and company leadership, but meaningful work drives job satisfaction more than ever. What the cannabis dispensary decision-maker may be missing, however, is an understanding of what really energizes staffers: the ability to spend their time doing meaningful work. Data show that while

Cannabis Industry Workplace Romance

Romance Giving Cannabis Industry Heartburn Working side by side on a common cause day in, day out, it’s no surprise that co-workers sometimes become intimately involved in the cannabis industry. One in three U.S. adults are or have been in a workplace romance. Sometimes those pairings lead to happily ever after – a CareerBuilder survey of

Cannabis Dispensary Workplace Investigations

Reasons for Fast Firing

Set the Stage for Dispensary Investigations A dispensary employee has complained about a colleague’s theft or maybe their behavior in the workplace. So now it’s time to start an investigation into what happened. Where do you begin? Legal experts say you need to put dispensary employees at ease as you interview them, but you also

Responding to Cannabis Workplace Disruptions

6 Steps for Responding to Workplace Disruptions It’s important to understand the repercussions of a cannabis workplace and disruptions you may encounter such as a robbery. It can lead to legal problems, for example, protestors often are trained to dupe ill-prepared managers into breaking the law, such as by goading managers into threatening to fire

Fixing Poor Dispensary Employee Engagement

Fixing Dispensary Engagement Starts w/ Understanding Although HR practitioners and experts talk almost nonstop about how to build and maintain engagement, the hard truth is your dispensary workforce probably isn’t feeling the love. According to Gallup, just 33 percent (33%) of American workers are engaged in their jobs. Fifty-two percent (52%) say they’re “just showing