The Canadian cannabis industry is proving itself to be a place where passionate leaders come in search of new and exciting challenges. As the industry competes for top talent, more and more professionals seek opportunities with organizations that reflect their values.Read More
Gender inclusion is generating a lot of discussion in cannabis. What does “gender inclusion” mean to you? Would you be surprised to learn that it means something different to others?
Perceptions on inclusion can be heavily influenced by a person’s background, life experiences, and other sources of oppression. The latter is known as intersectionality.
It’s only been a few days since last week’s terrorist attacks on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, which resulted in more than 50 worshiper fatalities and dozens more wounded. Since Friday, there have been vigils held across Canada in support of the Muslim community here in Canada and abroad. As employees are returning to work today, this may be an opportunity to better support our Muslim employees through this difficult time.Read More
The #BalanceforBetter theme consider balance as a business issue, not a women’s issue - which is so relevant in the Canadian cannabis workplace. From boardrooms to female-focused marketing campaigns, many consider gender parity to be one of our biggest workplace opportunities…Read More
High Values is seeking individuals and companies working in Canadian cannabis to share perspectives on the cannabis workplace for educational purposes. The program will be specific and inclusive of the broader workforce and industry.Read More