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Dispensary Manager
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Dispensary Associate in Bellmawr, NJ
on May 7, 2021
Good so far but we should be paid more
Company makes way too much to pay their employees only $16/hr. There’s a company worth less than a quarter of Curaleaf but was willing to pay $18/hour. Would’ve went there if I had a car.
Manager in United States
on May 15, 2021
I’ve enjoyed most of my time with the company. Recently I changed positions and was not given the support I needed to have a smooth transition. Happy to see an effort to get organized.
Dispensary Associate in Bellmawr, NJ
on May 15, 2021
After only a few months, I would have to agree with other reviewers that this job is a cool and interesting way to get your "foot in the door" of dispensary work... but nothing more. There is a certain comradery amongst (most) of the associates and (most) patients who are both generally quite friendly and usually excited to be there, which makes for an interesting and fun work atmosphere. Opportunity for advancement seems limited to people with a ton of petience who are willing to put up with a lot of garbage to get there. But most associates (and some patients alike), while kind, act like selfish entilted babies and honestly probably deserve 90% of the garbage that they each have to deal with respectively. I take comfort in knowing that while I am making a positive difference in the lives of most patients overall, the ones who complain constantly and act like children will never be pleased and either way I still get to take their money and laugh at their bitterness with a smile on my face. Wish they paid a bit more but I feel like its mostly fair for what we're actually asked to do. I guess what I'm saying is, overall, while far from a perfect place to work (or shop) attitudes could improve and make this a little nicer for everyone.
Associate in Cultivation
on May 13, 2021
Just not cool. Worst environment and two faced people. You’re lucky if you get small gifts every now and then, but that went away as soon as new management came in.
Full-Time Budtender in Ypsilanti, MI
on May 5, 2021
The people who worked here when I was hired were generally amazing. In the 7 months I've been here however, I've witnessed the negative impact following the company's acquisition by Curaleaf. Tips were disallowed, and no pay increases have replaced them. Turnover is high, and we are chronically understaffed, because the pay is below industry standards and the workplace environment is stressful and challenging much of the time as a result. Our business and sales are steadily increasing in spite of this, so the workload each employee is expected to carry has become significantly greater, while pay has decreased, due to the lost tips. Before he took a better paying job and fled, the store manager was frequently known to dismiss any concerns with "Better get used to it, it's just gonna get busier," instead of offering any meaningful assistance. A portion of the employees and leadership are still good people doing their best, but corporate does not provide adequate support. Our tablets and computers are old and don't function well, and the software we use is full of problems and lacks streamlining, so every transaction is an exercise in tolerating frustration, with more than half of all transactions requiring leadership involvement because of sales and a point-of-sale system that is poorly integrated and not well-understood by most of the staff. Some of these issues are being addressed, but the progress is quite slow. If you apply here, know it will not likely be a solid place to work as a regular employee, and is barely better as a lead. Management may be a sustainable position here, but the other roles are largely untenable.
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