5 Mistakes to Avoid When Hiring a Budtender

Friday, Mar 17, 2017

If you own a business, chances are you know a thing or two about hiring employees. Few people who own a bar would hire a bartender who didn't know how to mix the simplest of drinks or someone who wasn't good at gab. A good one has to be able to talk to the customer about his bad day and recommend the best whiskey to drown his sorrows with. In the steadily growing cannabis industry, the rough gig equivalent to a bartender is that of a budtender. A good budtender has to know his strains, like a good bartender has to know what is on tap. A great budtender also has the ability to talk to customers, particularly medical marijuana customers, and recommend the right strain for them. Like a good bartender can spell the success - or lack thereof - of a bar, a good budtender can greatly contribute to your dispensary's success. Mistakes can be made when looking for the best budtenders for your business. Here are a few common ones to avoid in your search: 1) Hiring Someone Who Is Not Experienced