April 20 Becomes a Paid Holiday for Employees at a Massachusetts Cannabis Company

April 20th has been an unofficial holiday for marijuana enthusiasts for years, and now, a Massachusetts cannabis company has made it official by declaring April 20th a paid holiday for its employees.

The cannabis company, Sira Naturals, is based in Milford, Massachusetts and has been a leader in the state’s medical and adult-use cannabis industry since 2016. The company is now taking its commitment to its employees one step further by declaring April 20th a paid holiday.

The company’s CEO, Michael Dundas, said in a statement, “At Sira Naturals, we are committed to creating a work environment that is both enjoyable and rewarding for our team. We believe that by offering our employees a paid holiday on April 20th, we are reinforcing our commitment to our team and our values.”

The holiday will be observed by all of the company’s employees, regardless of their role or position. The company is also encouraging its employees to take the day off and to use the extra time to relax and enjoy themselves.

The decision to declare April 20th a paid holiday is a bold move by Sira Naturals, as it is one of the first companies in the cannabis industry to do so. The company’s commitment to its employees is a testament to its commitment to creating a positive and enjoyable work environment.

In addition to the paid holiday, the company is also offering its employees a variety of benefits, such as health insurance, paid time off, and a 401(k) plan. These benefits are designed to help the company attract and retain the best talent in the industry.

April 20th is an important day in the cannabis industry, and Sira Naturals’ decision to make it a paid holiday is a great way to show its appreciation for its employees. The company’s commitment to its employees is a sign of its dedication to creating a positive and rewarding work environment.