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CVCAN November Networking Luncheon / HR & Staffing symposium
November 8, 2019 @ 11:30 am - 2:00 pmFree
Join AtWork Personnel, CVCAN and Canna Management for an information-packed luncheon covering developments in California Cannabis cultivation and HR labor issues faced by the Cannabis Industry. Afterward, stick around for the November CVCAN mixer and expo! CVCAN is joining forces with @work personnel services for CVCAN’s November monthly members networking event. Instead of our regular Monday dinner, we will be hosting a member luncheon focused on the laws, requirements, & protections for HR/Staffing in the cannabis industry. The upscale served sit down luncheon will be at the 5-star Hotel Paseo in Palm Desert on Friday, November the 8th. There is also an expo floor where sponsors can get a booth to showcase their brand/services to the 175+ cannabis industry leaders and decision-makers who will be present.
Guest Speaker: Dr. Robert Flannery PhD | Dr. Robb Farms | Dr. Flannery is the first PhD in the United States with certified technical expertise in growing commercial Cannabis. His inspiring foray into the Cannabis Industry resulted from a quest to produce pure high-quality products for his Mom, who sought to safely medicate with cannabis while battling cancer.
Guest Speaker: Ed Blanco | Agricultural Labor Relations Board – ALRB | Mr. Blanco graduated from UC Davis School of Law (King Hall) in 1980. He has worked for the ALRB continuously since 1980. He has spent most of those years working for the General Counsel’s Office; starting as a front line prosecutor and subsequently has held numerous positions in the Sacramento headquarters of the ALRB General Counsel including Deputy General Counsel. Currently, he is working directly for the Board as a Special Legal Advisor. In 2016, he was given the primary responsibility of education and outreach to the Cannabis cultivator community. He has previously spoken at NCIA, CCIA and CGA events and to gatherings of cannabis cultivators, both large and small, throughout the State raising awareness about the function and importance of the labor law to cultivators and their employees.