Employee development, disciplinary investigations, and compensation administration
Implementing strategic HR initiatives, Overseeing complete cycle of the recruitment process, Balancing routine HR duties
Hallie is an SHRM certified professional with 5 years of professional experience in the cannabis retail space.
While working at one of the nation’s longest-running dispensaries, she led the charge of human resources through a global pandemic, driving organizational change by implementing strategic HR initiatives that improved performance, profitability, growth, and employee engagement.
She ensured HR efficiency in a high-growth organization through diverse recruitment and retention practices, performance management, and collaboration in developing and successfully implementing policy and procedure.
As the Director of Human Resources at a cannabis dispensary, Hallie was an influential leader with proven success in identifying and solving complex business problems.
Through a lens of critical evaluation, she leads change management strategies to foster long-term growth.
She reduced the company resources required to onboard new hires by 25% by implementing a digital system–through digitization and automation, organizations can gain efficiency and enjoy cost savings.
While at the dispensary, Hallie was responsible for overseeing the complete cycle of the recruitment process and all levels of development within the organization.
With diversity as a core organizational value, Hallie ensured recruitment, hiring, and promotion efforts mirrored these values through key performance indicators.
To promote a more inclusive organization, she facilitated and led the creation of the Equity Advisory Group, an employee resource group, to produce strategies for tackling a wide array of issues such as racism and environmental justice in the workplace.
As an HR Leader, Hallie balanced routine HR duties such as updating the employee handbook, conducting employee satisfaction surveys, recording maintenance, and payroll management with critical responsibilities.
Key responsibilities included the following: employee development, disciplinary investigations, compensation administration, and fair employment and labor management practices.