When I was hiring employees for two new cannabis dispensaries, I was using the old school method. I went into the interview with a long list of questions and scenarios to propose to the interviewee. I needed to know how well they would handle stress and angry customers. You couldn’t keep all employees happy, or all customers happy. I did extensive interviews with every person who came in looking for a job. I believed in eye contact while interviewing, and when writing things down, I often lost that eye contact. Without eye contact, the person being interviewed would often lose interest. When I started interviewing for a new cannabis dispensary owner, he gave me cannabis hiring solutions. These were ideas on how to interview for a cannabis dispensary employee. My job had just gotten easier. Not only was I able to come up with an easier interview, but I would type while the person talked, and still be able to keep eye contact with them. One man told me it was intimidating to have me looking at him while he talked. I couldn’t understand intimidating, but maybe unnerving. If he felt intimidated, maybe he was hiding something. Dispensary hiring solutions gave me more insight into the people I was hiring, because I could get more information through body language than through verbal responses. Although dispensary hiring solutions weren’t foolproof, it was a handy tool. I enjoyed using all the computer programs they had for the cannabis dispensary. I only wished they had these tools when I was younger. They wouldn’t have been so difficult to learn.