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Human Capital Management for Cannabis Producers, Processors and Retailers

Now that CBE Press has established itself as a one stop source for buyer’s (producers, processors and retailers) and sellers (ancillary service providers) to stay abreast of and share industry best practices and benchmarks, we are happy to introduce our next utilitarian content package, CBE Human Capital Management (CBE HCM). 

With the majority of the businesses participating in America’s fastest growing industry falling into the category of start-ups and small businesses which are typically defined as having less than 100 employees, management teams  are comprised by entrepreneurs, gold rushers and professionals that are attempting to use their smarts, experience and skill sets to capitalize on this once in a lifetime opportunity, CBE Press is here to provide a monthly newsletter that will hopefully fill your need for great information regarding how to maximize and leverage your Human Capital  at a time when many small companies have lean workforces and lack the luxury of having their own HR departments.

Both John Hollon and I have spent the last 10 years in the HR business to business press and want to leverage our experience to help you all deal with the daily HR issues that effect your business. Whether you are dealing with HCM issues involving recruitment, staffing, on-boarding, background checking, training, payroll, benefits and compensation planning, HR technology that can help your firm with like time management or succession planning or employee relocation, we promise to find and create useful articles that make your lives easier and your businesses more efficient.With that in mind, we hope you enjoy the inaugural issue of CBE HCM and we look forward to your comments, suggestions and HCM questions.


Rob Meagher

Founder, President & Editor-in-Chief


Rob MeagherRob Meagher

Rob Meagher

Rob Meagher, CBE’s Founder, President and Editor-in-Chief is a 30 year veteran of the media world. His career has spanned from stints representing the Washington Post, USA Weekend, Reader’s Digest, Financial World & Corporate Finance to the technology world where he worked at International Data Group and Ziff Davis where he was part of the launch team for The Web Magazine, Yahoo Internet Life, Smart Business and Expedia Travels before starting his own marketing and Publisher’s Representative Firm. He also ran all print and online media sales and marketing for the Society for Human Resource Management before partnering with Forbes and then Fortune to create Special Sections covering a variety of topics. Rob, who started CBE Press in 2014, can be contacted at [email protected]

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