Jen still will not talk to myself and others after I fired her spouse
When you own a small business, sporadically you must make incredibly strenuous decisions. I hired our sister-in-law Jen to labor at 1 of our medical & recreational marijuana dispensaries. Jen said that she had tons of experience & I thought it would be nice to have someone in the family at the dispensary location. I spent several weeks training our sister-in-law Jen for that position. Jen didn’t seem particularly interested in studying about marijuana & the medical & recreational math & laws. I thought it was so pressing for the supervisor to know all of the information & I urged Jen to take the educational classes that I sent to her via the computer & text. The classes were free & I wanted Jen to attend them the next month during June. She ignored all of our texts. Jen and I got into quite an argument at Thanksgiving, because I wanted to talk about the store. I dropped the conversation for our mother’s mental well-being, however the next day I went to the marijuana dispensary & told Jen that she was going to need to find another task. Jen wasn’t going to labor out at the marijuana dispensary & I didn’t want to waste any more of her time or mine. Jen still will not talk to myself and others after I fired her spouse. I wish that she could understand that it was a supplier decision. There was no real way that I could keep a supervisor working at the store that had no interest in studying a lot more about the marijuana business. I needed someone that was more involved with the task.