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🌉 Bridging workplace generational gaps

This week's People Moves powered by White Ash Group

Good morning.

We had a great week on Cultivated Live - our daily YouTube and LinkedIn livestream, in case you missed:

  • Graydon Welbourn from White Ash Group talked about 2024 hiring trends in cannabis so far watch »

  • Sally Peebles from Vicente LLP shared how this could be the most important year ever for Florida cannabis watch » 

  • Jeremy Berke, Cultivated’s co-founder and Editor-in-Chief, talked about his real-world experience in New York City’s cannabis market watch »

  • Krista Raymer from Vetrina talked about the importance of in-store training for successful cannabis retailers watch »

And with that, enjoy this week’s People Moves powered by White Ash Group.

Team Cultivated

A Gen Z-Focused Workplace Culture

As the workforce continues to evolve, organizations are recognizing the importance of fostering an inclusive workplace culture that accommodates the needs and values of employees from all generations. Among these, Generation Z, born between the mid-1990s and early 2010s, brings a unique set of perspectives, expectations, and skills to the table. Crafting an inclusive workplace that resonates with Gen Z is crucial for harnessing the full potential of this generation and maintaining a harmonious work environment. read more »

What’s out there right now

This week’s opportunities:

Last week’s opportunities:

People in high places

Tahir Johnson, the CEO of Simply Pure Trenton, has been elected president of the Minority Cannabis Business Association (MCBA), an industry trade group. Beyond that, the MCBA announced its full Board of Directors this week. Johnson joined the Cultivated team in Las Vegas recently. watch »

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Crafting job applications

The use of AI, like ChatGPT, in crafting resumes and cover letters is on the rise, leading to concerns about the lack of authenticity and uniqueness in job applications. Job seekers are reminded to be themselves and write their own resumes, using AI as a tool for assistance rather than relying on it entirely. Authenticity and individuality are key to standing out in the competitive job market. read more and join the conversation » 

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