Dispensary: Labor and Employment Practices Plan DIY Guide


The Labor and Employment Plan describes the policies and standards of the labor practices of the company. This includes adhering to both local and federal labor regulations.

Use Cases

Operators may use this as part of their employee handbook and as a living document to update as policies change.

Applicants may use this as a Labor and Employment section or exhibit if the application requires a section or exhibit specifically for this topic.

Applicants may use this plan as an addition to the employee handbook, operations plan, or staffing and training plan as long as it does not cause the plan to exceed a required page limit set by the application.


Search for each of these terms in the regulations. You're looking for pieces of each regulation that pertain  to Labor and Employment Practices.  Refer to the General Sheet Editing DIY Guide for guidance on what to do with these key words.

  • Labor
  • Union
  • Equal Opportunity
  • Employment
  • Benefits
  • Wage
  • OSHA
  • Any other words you can think of (if any) that pertain to labor and employment practices.

Replace All

Search for each of the bolded terms in the Labor and Employment Practices Plan sheet, including the brackets. Do a "replace all" and insert the pertinent information needed to replace the term.  The description underneath each bolded term below tells you what information should replace the bolded term. For instance, you would use the search feature in your document editing software to look for [Company *1] and then using the replace all feature, replace [Company *1] with your company name.

[Company *1]

Replace with the name of the company.

[State *1]

Replace with the name of the state where the company is located

Suggested Customizations

We suggest that you read through the sheet and make any additional edits or additions that you see fit. Here are some suggestions to get you started. These items written in green below can be found in the sheet also written in green.


If you purchase the Employment Agreement sheet from leafsheets.com you may add that agreement to this plan if it will not cause the plan to exceed a page limit set by the application.


Here, elaborate on local worker's comp requirements.  You can probably find these by googling "worker's comp requirements [State name]."


Go to www.laborlawcenter.com and select your state name from the dropdown menu.  

You will be taken to a new page.  Scroll down to the section which says "Product Information" and see the list of state required signs on the left hand side.  Copy and paste that list in place of [STATE SIGNS]


When you save the document, if using it for an application, make sure to title the document in the specific way that the application requires. If not using for an application, keep the document title as is, or change it to whatever you desire.