Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Company wants to meet MMJ center staffing needs

Posted By on Tue, Dec 21, 2010 at 1:53 PM

Our good friends over at Westword are reporting on a new company that's hoping to place qualified employees with the medical marijuana centers that need them.

"Industry workers expect to be paid on time, have taxes withheld, be covered by unemployment and worker's comp insurance, and have access to job-sponsored health care," says Neil Demers, CannaStaff's director of operations. "The best part is business owners support this move. They want to be compliant with all human resource laws and offer the benefits their employees desire, but many are too busy with state and local business regulations, their internal business plans, or simply lack expertise in this area."

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