Human Resources | California | Full Time
At Holistic Industries we are building a great place to work, shop and invest in cannabis. Our mission is to provide patients with the highest quality, safest cannabis medicine possible. As our name suggests, we care for the whole person. Scaling from a seed of inspiration in 2011, Holistic Industries is now one of the largest and fastest growing private MSOs (Multi-State Operators) in the country. We're able to deliver consistent value to employees, patients, and investors because of the values that drive our work - how we do business and why. We have one of the most seasoned teams in the industry, a budding "Greenhouse of Brands" and a meaningful model of doing well by doing good. Our company develops and offers a wide range of proprietary strains that increase desired cannabinoids such as CBD. These high CBD strains have become our foundation for growing, packaging, and selling the best cannabis in our markets. We are committed to harvesting and crafting industry-leading strains, consumer brands, and medical-grade products based on the most progressive science in the space. Holistic Industries has a unique model and approach that enables it to win licenses, scale operations and introduce national brands successfully in highly regulated markets. The company has proven to be responsible stewards of capital since its inception by sourcing licenses on merit rather than simply acquiring them on the open market. A "GREENHOUSE OF BRANDS" beginning with our flagship retail and wholesale brand, Liberty Cannabis, we continue to prove our ability to launch new brands from scratch and attract noteworthy partners.
We are deeply and actively committed to the communities we serve; our efforts under Liberty Cannabis Cares are focused on four pillars: Social Equity, Diversity, Community, and Cannabis Literacy.
Our team includes the nation’s most knowledgeable experts in cultivation and medical dispensing, along with professionals who are top of their fields in medical professions, security, agriculture, real estate, and the legal distribution of other highly controlled substances. We are a team of best-in-class executives and staff from within and outside the industry who share a passion for advancing cannabis products and retail experience at scale.
Our well-established company is growing rapidly and adding to our team of professionals and specialists. Our employees receive PTO, paid Sick Leave, medical, dental, vision and other leave benefits as part of our highly competitive compensation package. Join us as we build a great place to work, shop, and invest.
Holistic Industries is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.
About the Job:
Our client, a rapidly expanding private multi-state operating Cannabis company, serving both medical patients and recreational patrons, has an exciting opportunity for a Human Resources Manager to join their high-performance team and provide support, guidance and resources to their Western Region team members.
Reporting to the Director of Team Member Engagement, the HR Manager will provide support to employees and managers in their locations and will administer a full range of HR tasks, including workforce planning, benefits, onboarding, training, coaching, developing talent, driving retention, and offboarding. The HR Manager is the first point of contact for employees addressing all employee relations, payroll, and benefits questions and concerns and will ensure compliance with state and federal employment law. This position is based in Los Angeles, California, but is expected to travel frequently between all facilities on the west coast.
Provide support to sales, retail, cultivation, and production employees by answering questions and concerns in a professional, prompt manner
Assist employees with benefits enrollment and software system access
Identifies opportunities and builds strategic relationships between HR and other departments to help achieve business goals.
Provide support to new hires by managing the onboarding process ensuring a positive first week experience
Communicate HR initiatives and programs throughout locations
Maintain a pulse on the engagement of the organization through feedback, including meetings and surveys; develops action plans based on feedback
Provide support and guidance to management and other staff on complex and sensitive questions and issues; execute routine and confidential tasks such as hiring, providing reasonable accommodations, conducting investigations and terminations. Assess the urgency and importance of situations and takes the appropriate action, including escalating issues as needed
Manage requests for leave of absence under FMLA, PFML, or other state or federal leave programs, using our 3rd party vendor, and maintaining prompt response and ensuring compliant documentation
Work with HR leadership to analyze, develop, and maximize performance management programs to align with strategic goals, including goal setting, identifying opportunities for upskilling, and ensuring uniform application of rating system
Assist HR leadership with developing, evaluating, and communicating policy changes
Assist with the organization and management of digital team member files.
Manage, monitor, and respond to unemployment and workers' compensation claims.
Coordinate with other departments on various onboarding tasks and work with leaders to ensure compliance with HR requirements, including but not limited to new hire onboarding, payroll, and benefits processes.
Monitor and maintain the accuracy of team member data using HRIS.
Facilitate training and team member development programs.
Conduct exit interviews, analyze data, identify trends and develop strategies for minimizing turnover and increasing engagement.
Ensure successful execution of our annual performance review process.
Executes on DE&I strategies and partners with the DE&I team and the business leaders to ensure successful outcomes.
Performs all other duties as needed and/or assigned
Physical Requirements of the Job: Able to lift up to 25 lbs., walking, standing, talking, hearing, seeing, and repetitive motions. May include walking or standing for extended periods of time, as well as stooping, bending over and/or crouching. Ability to tolerate moderate to loud exposure to noise level. Exposure to long periods of bright lights. Long periods of prolonged use of office equipment including computers and phones.
Regulations require that incumbent be at least 21 years of age and able to obtain and maintain state marijuana work credentials.
Required Knowledge and Skills
Bachelor’s degree required
At least 5 years of experience as an HR manager previously
HRCI-PHR or SHRM-CP preferred
Knowledge of federal, state, and local employment laws and regulations
Must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills
Experience working in a fast-paced environment; demonstrated ability to multi-task and manage time effectively
Willing and able to work a flexible schedule with some evening and weekend hours required
Must have strong interpersonal skills and be able to effectively influence and communicate at all levels of the organization.
Attention to Detail
Ability to lead change
Influential to others without authority
Strong understanding of the business
Up to 80% travel