Head Office Employee (Current Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 16 May 2019
You know there is something fundamentally wrong with a company when they have lost 10 people from head office over 6 weeks (with more on their way out).
The company started with a great vision, a unique identity and a promising future but really, it was all just smoke and mirrors hiding an incompetent executive leadership team. You can dress up a pig, but it still just a pig.
With things going as poorly as they are, maybe you should be looking at replacing the leadership team instead of putting the blame on and replacing the people who are actually getting things done.
How much money have you burned on the executives who have only been able to open 1 store since legalization? Where is the "Accountability" you like to pride yourselves on as a core value?
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Manager - head office (Former Employee) – Hear office - Vancouver – 6 July 2019
In my opinion, most of the senior leadership were complicit in the verbally abusive, intimidating, and delusional behaviour of the CEO. Unethical business practices. Borderline incompetence. Their compensation structure is below industry standards for many roles. Group benefits plan with a 50 percent co-pay is less than worthless if you’re an individual in reasonable health. If you’re desperate to gain experience in the cannabis industry, beware this Faustian bargain.
Consultant (Current Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 17 June 2019
When i first started at Kiaro, everything was awesome. The training and on-boarding were exceptional and when construction of our store was delayed, they made sure that we were all taken care of.
Then they started making changes, like a lot of changes and from what i can see, they were for the worse. The new people who come in from head office dont seem to really know what theyre doing (unlike the people they replaced) and are certainly not very well versed in cannabis or reflect the values of the cannabis community.
There just seems to be a lot of uncertainty with this company so if you're thinking of applying, i wouldnt bother. Theres more than a few people here looking for better work in the cannabis sector.
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