FlowerHire, BlueFire Cannabis Partner To Support Industry Workforce
FlowerHire, the leading staffing and talent strategy firm serving the regulated cannabis industry, announced today that it has entered into a partnership with BlueFire Cannabis, a strategic and operational human resources solution designed specifically for the cannabis industry, in order to build out a full spectrum of services designed to help cannabis companies with their employee needs and business objectives.
Through this partnership, FlowerHire is able to offer its clients access to BlueFire’s offerings, including on-call HR services, compensation and equity planning, and organizational design and development. Together, both companies will be able to address cannabis companies’ most immediate needs while establishing a growth trajectory that aligns with businesses’ philosophies and product offerings, all centered around a business’ most important asset – its people.
“FlowerHire’s core operations in executive recruiting and management consulting have proven paramount for the growth of cannabis businesses of all sizes and functions,” said David Belsky, Founder and CEO of FlowerHire. “We’re excited to offer expanded capabilities in order to better serve the industry, beginning with key operational infrastructure like workforce development.”
The companies hosted a joint webinar on May 14, titled The New Normal Cannabis Workplace, where a group of industry-leading cannabis professionals discussed workplace safety and employee protection in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Panelists include Thuy Vu from Hammer Enterprises, Sloane Barbour, chief revenue officer at FlowerHire, and Stephanie H. Nelson of BlueFire.
“As we are confronted by the new normal because of COVID-19, it is crucial for us to understand forthcoming workplace expectations and how to navigate employee relations,” said Stephanie H. Nelson, Managing Consultant at BlueFire. “By partnering with FlowerHire for this webinar, we are able to provide attendees with a well-rounded outlook on anticipated best practices, workforce and labor issues, and overarching human resource topics.”
For more information on FlowerHire, visit www.flowerhire.com.