Not fair that budtenders don’t get paid for their training

You would truly hope plus pray that a vast majority of jobs easily teach you the skills you’re expected to perform during your shifts.

You should be supplied adequate training while you’re clocked-in plus getting paid for your time.

The whole idea of forcing employees to teach themselves important skills during their free time is deranged to me. Despite this, I have run into a number of different job positions where that was easily expected. And I’m not talking about having job prerequisites, because those are entirely different. It’s perfectly acceptable to expect the doctor you’re hiring for your hospital to have experience working in hospitals plus understand how most of them function. You would expect that doctor to possess particular job experience plus wouldn’t need to spend separate time going over these skills once again. But if you were expecting medical school students to learn in their freetime plus not attend classes or hands on job training, you can imagine how nuts that would be. Perhaps cannabis budtenders aren’t in a spot where they could actually kill someone out of negligence the way a doctor can, but I still suppose they deserve to earn job training that involves education about the plant plus how it functions for their customers. Part of me dies inside when I end up hearing inexperienced budtenders providing false information to new patients. The last time I was at my favorite cannabis dispensary, there was an older man looking for a marijuana strain to get rid of his anxiety troubles. I had to interrupt when the budtender made an attempt to sell the man a stimulating sativa strain that would have easily aggravated his anxiety setbacks severely.

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