MJBizConNEXT Direct conference discusses ways cannabis firms keep as many workers as possible
The coronavirus pandemic has caused the cannabis industry to focus on operational efficiency rather than rapid growth, a shift that has resulted in layoffs in California and other locations across the country.
But panelists at the MJBizConNEXT Direct conference on Monday also talked about ways operational disruptions can be cushioned by the creative restructuring of staff roles, and being vigilant about all expenses.
A silver lining for cannabis companies that have the resources right now: It’s a good time to recruit talent from other industries.
Three experts shared those views and others in a panel called,
“Overcoming Staffing and Operational Challenges Resulting from COVID-19.”
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