Now Is the Time to Join CFLCA!
If you're an FLC, or an organization that provides services and/or products to farm labor contractors, now is the time to join CFLCA. CFLCA was established in 2009 to provide a voice, networking opportunities, and resources for farm labor contractors. Membership includes reduced member rates for all CFLCA educational and training programs; assistance with state licensing and federal registration; answers to a wide range of labor compliance questions; and referrals to industry experts on complex and legal matters. Support our efforts on behalf of the FLC community, and reap the benefits of membership! For additional information and application, please go to our membership page.
Welcome to California FLC Association Website
Coming Events & Industry News:
CFLCA Farmworker Scholarship Applications now Available
The California Farm Labor Contractor Association has established a scholarship fund to benefit farmworkers, and the children of farmworkers who plan to pursue higher education. Over the past four years, CFLCA with the help of generous sponsors has awarded over $135,000 in college scholarships in the amount of $1,000 to $2,000 each. This year we hope to award up to $40,000 in scholarships to qualifying applicants.
Ag Employers Compliance Seminars
Farm Labor Contractor 9-Hour Continuing Education Programs
Updates to Social Security No-Match Letters - Compliance
CalFLCa Job Opening
CFLCA New Members Special!!
If you're an FLC, or an organization that provides services and/or products to farm labor contractors, now is the ideal time to consider your new membership with CFLCA. By joining now, you will receive member status and benefits for the remainder of 2018 and all of 2019! This includes reduced member rates for FLC 9-hour classes, training programs, and conferences, such as our Ag Labor Issues Forum in November.
CFLCA Jumps into Political Campaigns
Since our first year as an organization, CFLCA has held an annual Legislative Action Day, inviting FLCs and their supporters to Sacramento to learn about legislation impacting agricultural employers and labor, and to meet with legislators to educate them on what FLCs are all about, and to share our perspectives/concerns on critical proposed legislation. It is an important annual program. But we always wondered how we could be more effective in our relations with a legislature dominated by Democrats often beholden to labor interests.