Employment & Human Resources
Marijuana Business Lawyers
One of the most important aspects of managing a cannabis business is making
sure that you have enough staff to support your operations. Whether you’re
hiring employees or engaging independent contractors, maintaining sufficient
staffing levels to support your business can be a full-time job. Making
sure that you’re prepared to onboard and manage your staff is critical
to ensuring your cannabis business’ ongoing success.
In general, your cannabis business will have employees, independent contractors,
or both. There are pros and cons to both employees and independent contractors
and deciding which is appropriate for your business depends on the unique
characteristics of your business. An experienced employment law attorney
can help you examine your business’ requirements and build a staffing
plan that meets your needs.
Once you’ve built your team, you will have to manage your human resources
program to ensure compliance with the law. A skilled employment attorney
can help make sure that you are doing everything required of employers
under state and federal employment law statutes. If you’re not up
to date with current employment law, you might be subjecting your cannabis
business to unnecessary risk.
Whether you’re just starting a new business or have an existing cannabis
business with current employment law issues, we are here to help. Our
knowledgeable lawyers will help you consider all the relevant and meaningful
employment law considerations facing your business.
Free initial consultations are available for potential clients: Call (888) 458-0991