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  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
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Sales Guide in Lee, MA
on June 30, 2020
Most employees here are heavy cannabis users, so the 40% discount and incredible variety of products is a big draw. The starting pay is also better than average for retail jobs in the area, so this company may be a good fit for some. However, there are numerous issues to contend with. There has been a big turnover in management. They are pressured from the owners, who the put pressure on the supervisors, who then put pressure on the rank and file workers. Each shift starts with a summary of yesterday's sales figures and today's goal, then employees are told what particular infraction might get them written up or fired on that particular day; it's a bit heavy handed at times. The job also requires, although not stated in the job postings or at your interview, that housekeeping is part of your job, unless you are a cashier (serious double standard). That means sweeping, dusting, mopping, cleaning bathrooms, vacuuming etc. Management does not use a professional cleaning service. There is also virtually no job training other than another employee showing you what to do, and usually someone who may have only been there a few weeks longer than you. The managers and supervisors are constantly contradicting each other regarding standard operating procedures, so be prepared to defend yourself when questioned about something you did. Lastly, this is not a covid-19 safe environment. Employees very often cluster together in very close proximity to each other, in a rather small space. Everyone wears masks and gloves, but it is too small a space to accommodate the number of employees on duty at any given time, and customers in the showroom as well. So, buyer beware. It could be a good job for some, but a somewhat toxic environment that may not be suitable for others. I believe that this is a fair analysis and challenge management to counter.
Office Administrator in Holyoke, MA
on August 9, 2022
Do you like to be over worked? Work in a toxic work environment? Micro managed? Have leadership talk horribly about you and spread rumors like you're in high school? Then this is the place for you! I have never worked for a company that the owners only care for themselves. Along with not fully looking into who they hire.
Chaos Coordinator in Lee, MA
on July 19, 2022
Women are NOT paid the same as men doing the same role. There’s zero people in upper management that have any experience doing what they’re job is - and the ones that did, have left.
Sales Associate in Lee, MA
on July 5, 2022
One of the best retail jobs on the market. Fair wage and great staff. Managers have helped guide me and made my first 90 days painless. Lots of support!
Floor Supervisor/Budtender in Lee, MA
on June 27, 2022
Worked here for almost 3 years, kept getting moved around to 2 different stores before finally settling down at the store I was hired for, a year and a half later. Schedules kept getting changed, hours added without my consent on my off days. Kept getting promised that once new people were hired I'd be able to have the schedule that worked best for me. 2 New people got hired and both actually get scheduled for the shifts that I was told I would get. This continued for months, with my pleas to upper management and HR being given the runaround, or me otherwise being accused of "just being difficult."My supervisors literally said to coworkers on my days off "This is a p*ssing match and we're gonna win. He's gonna work what WE want."I physically could not be there the days they kept scheduling me for, yet it was my problem to work out. Overall not a great experience. Gave me a chance to get into the industry and see how the sausage was made. I learned firsthand that a toxic work environment can make even the most fun job, miserable.

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Mostly "How much do you know about weed"

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