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Large cannabis companies in California have two weeks to implement a retirement plan for their workers or enroll in the state’s CalSavers plan, CannaBizCentral reported in September. Failure to do so could have employers facing up to $750 per employee in penalties, according to Jewell Lim Esposito, a partner FisherBroyles, LLP.

Related: COVID-19 forces CalSavers to delay employer registration deadline

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