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CannaFest Job Fair


Join us for CannFest!!  A Cannabis friendly job fair

October 3rd 2018, Wednesday,  from 2pm to 7pm

Where: Tetra Private Lounge and Garden located at: 3039 Walnut St Denver CO 80202

We will be accepting applications and resumes for: Trimmers, Bud tenders, Packagers, and Grow Assistants, interviews will be available as well

Free dabs, smoking friendly, joint rolling contest, blunt rolling contest, raffles, and prizes. DJ with live music!

Email hemptemps@gmail.com for more information

https://www.tetralounge.com/

Marijuana Jobs- Mass Hiring


by Shannon Foreman | Aug 21, 2018

Have you ever dreamed about working in the cannabis industry? Have you wondered what it would be like to work  with plants all day in the garden? Or how are cannabis infused products made? The ever changing cannabis industry offer a multitude of positions, with new openings every day. Whether you are MED badged or not, HT can help you find the job you want! We are MASS  hiring for :

~Trimmers ~ Harvesters ~ Grow Labor ~ Packaging ~ Bud Tenders ~ Kitchen Assistance ~ in Colorado only

We are looking for employees in Boulder, Denver, and Pueblo

At Hemp Temps we can offer training while giving Full time/Part time employment. We offer flexible schedules and competitive wages. Come join Colorado’s first and only full service staffing agency specific to the Marijuana industry! We want you!

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Tokin from Oklahoma


by Shannon Foreman | Jul 6, 2018

Tokelahoma, where the weed comes sweeping down the plain!

If you haven’t heard about SQ 788 here is a rundown. It’s a medical marijuana bill for Oklahoma (simply put.)  It’s a bit different from what we are used to here in Colorado (so far, SQ 788 passed but we still have till the end of this month for final words from legislation.) This means Oklahoma will be the 30th state to legalize medical marijuana! Per the bill a person can legally possess 3 ounces of flower on their person, have 6 mature marijuana plants, have 6 seedling plants, have 1 ounce of concentrate, have 72 ounces of edibles, and possess up to 8 ounces of cannabis in their residence. (section 1 subsection A) Sounds reasonable right? Well here is a kicker for you. If you are caught without having gone through the medical license process, but can state a medical condition, it’s a misdemeanor offense with a fine not to exceed 400$. (Section 1 Subsection B)

Now, according to section 1 subsection D of SQ 788 it states that the medical marijuana license will be valid for two years, and the fee will be 100$. If you are on Medicaid, Medicare, or SoonerCare (Oklahoma based state insurance) the application fee will be 20$. It also states that the Oklahoma State Department of Health shall publish an application that is on their website, in an easy to find location. No seriously, that’s almost verbatim what it says. Now according to section 1 subsection E, it recognizes other sates medical marijuana licenses. So, if you are a med patient here in Colorado, you can take a trip to the good ol’ south and still get your medication. Only negative part is: it’s a 100$ for the temp license, but it lasts 30 days.

Something that really caught my eyes is in Section 1 subsection K. A caregiver license would be made available for qualified caregivers of a MMJ patient, this would give the caregiver the same rights as the MMJ license holder. The criteria don’t seem to crazy; proof of the MMJ license status and homebound status. That they are the designated caregiver of the MMJ patient. And of course, they must be 18.

Let’s skip to Oklahoma patients a little more. All applicants must be 18 or older. It also states that there are exceptions, if two physicians both agree and sign that the patient would be positively affected by medical marijuana, and the applicants parent or legal guardian signs off, a minor can get his/her MML license. (section 1 subsection L)

Now if you are over 18, you just need one signature by an Oklahoma Board Certified Physician. There are NO underlying conditions states. In the subsection, it states “A medical marijuana license must be recommended according to the accepted standards a reasonable and prudent physician would follow when recommending or approving any medication. (Section 1 subsection M)” Which leaves the decision mainly up to the Doctor. After you have all of that done you send in your paperwork to the Oklahoma Health Department, and they mail an approval or rejection letter (which also states why you were rejected) within 14 days of receiving the application. If you are approved, you will receive the license in the mail. (Section 1 subsection I)

I think this bill is lax, but effective. I’m excited for the patients that can get the medicine they need legally. And I’m excited for the economic and employment benefits. The current unemployment rate in Oklahoma is 4%, as of march of 2018. Let’s hope this opens up job opportunities!

Now this is an amazing step in the right direction. In total for SQ 788 there are 9 different sections. Growing, owning a business in the cannabis industry, manufacturing, transportation, protection and discrimination, taxations and more.Tokin

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Hemp is Happeneing


by Shannon Foreman | Apr 19, 2018

Hemp has been around for centuries and has been recognized for both its medical and industrial wonders! With Hemp production on the rise, we, at Hemp Temps have joined the band wagon. We now offer production services for Hemp and marijuana alike. We can service indoor and outdoor hemp farms throughout the State of Colorado. From planting, transplanting, pruning, to cutting down, we can accommodate any job. Are you interested in learning about Hemp? Come on in or schedule an interview today!

We just want to use cannabis and work


by Shannon Foreman | Feb 5, 2018

Since California’s recent law passed allowing legalized Marijuana, California is now reducing or dropping thousands of Marijuana convictions dating back from decades ago. District Attorney from San Francisco, George Gascon said “My office could dismiss and seal more than 3,000 misdemeanor Marijuana convictions in this city dating back to 1975. Prosecutors will now review and resentence if warranted, almost all 5,00 felony Marijuana cases as well”. The Marijuana journey in San Francisco, first arose in November of 2016. Voters passed Proposition 64, this law allows recreational use and growth of Marijuana in the state, for those 21 years of age or older, they are allowed up to 1 ounce of cannabis in any form. The legislation also permits people with past marijuana convictions that would have been lesser crimes, or even NO crime, under this new proposition to petition the court to review or dismiss their past or current case. Sadly, since the new law passed only 23 petitions have been filed to review cases. San Francisco prosecutors says “ recall and wipe out convictions en MASSE, to save on costly attorney fees and time, which was already wasted originally.”

We couldn’t help but agree, if you were arrested or jailed for something, that this new law allows, would you want to waste more resources getting it reversed?

MJ Grow Pot Bud Tend

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Looking for Direct Hire or Permanent Placements in the MJ industry?


by Shannon Foreman | Feb 13, 2018

Did you know Hemp Temps directly placed 76 candidates in 2017?! We recruited and placed positions for the following opportunities:

Cultivators, Bud Tenders, Growers, Packagers, METRC Administrators, Production Managers, Extraction Technicians, Cannabis Chef

The benefit of using Hemp Temps is we find the ideal candidate that exactly meets your needs. The client then has the candidate work with them temporary until they are sure the candidate is a great fit.

Lets say the candidate is not quite what your looking for. No problem! We will send out an alternate candidate util the client finds the right employee to bring on. During this time the candidate will work temporarily for the client until the client is ready to hire them on.  What other MJ staffing company lets you do that???!!!

Come get placed today!

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