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CANNA PROVISIONS Careers and Employment

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  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale


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Sales Associate in Lee, MA
on April 9, 2021
Management here is confusing and it’s hard to know which policies to follow or who to report to. I was also not informed of my schedule and was given a schedule that was undesirable. This would have been fine except for the fact that new employees are forced to stand outside in freezing weather with little to no accessories and equipment given by the employer. “Hot hands” are all they give you to endure below freezing weather. Also, the curbside is an unorganized and impersonal process that NO other dispensary around follows. Would not recommend.
Sales Associate in Lee, MA
on June 9, 2021
Working at a dispensary was fun at first. It was fast paced and exciting to be involved in a new industry, especially since it was one of the largest dispensaries in Western Mass. However, the disconnect between the corporate office and the retail store at Canna Provisions quickly became apparent as members of the executive team began drafting policies that did not make much sense for the reality of the retail store. They altered employee privileges for sales associates while offering bonuses and special discounts to the upper level management team. They left their employees out in the cold all winter with only hot hands, and in the hot summer they would often say that employees would be rotated outside but it never actually happened. There were many other issues I encountered that made me feel as though I was simply a money-making tool for them and nothing more. I was sad to leave my coworkers, but I am very grateful to be away from what had quickly become a toxic work environment.
Guided Sales in Lee, MA
on February 11, 2021
Awesome people on staff, terrible executive leadership. Zero communication, job security, or work/life balance. Rules change on a whim and without notice. Company doesn't care about its people at all, it's just a cash machine. They ring the bell and take the money.
Media, Communications, Product Management in Lee, MA, Holyoke MA, Easthampton MA
on August 3, 2020
Broad: Every day it's something new, and every day it's the same: Problem solving, going beyond the shift-mentality with the store staff, allowing creativity and individuality while it's part of a larger but simple philosophy - provide great products, great service, great knowledge, and great humanism to a blossoming industry in a state still learning how to be a bellweather in legal adult-use cannabis regionally and nationally. Up Close: Personal responsibility and accountability in actions valued as is open communication and respect given = respect earned. Being part of the marketing/creative/product team means lots of personalities and lots of ideas, but with this group at large that also means a crucial need for everyone to be in a lane that can execute, deliver, and see the forest for the trees as it were. It's also nice to be part of a cannabis company that is already giving back to its municipalities, partnering with socially responsible and restorative justice programs meant to rectify the ill-will and long arm of the War on Drugs (see: Last Prisoner Project), and the fact that the company is fine tuned on both profits as well as purpose. You need both to succeed as a businesses, even more so in the legal cannabis game. Finally - knowing that the ship is being helmed by probably the most successful, respectful, and laser-focused couple-as-brand-braintrust in US cannabis is a huge bonus for anyone who has spent some time in the trenches. Of cannabis. Of life. Of anything that isn't something that makes you happy you're getting out of bed in the morning and going to put your hat in the ring of a cannabis work in New England.
Guide in Lee, MA
on July 26, 2020
What's not to like between the CEO's who bad talk their employees, the chaotic week to week schedules, the backstabbing for gain ethics they promote whilst painting an image of family and trust by people who know nothing of work based morals OR the blatant disregard of safety during a global pandemic?

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