CALIFORNIA FARM LABOR CONTRACTOR ASSOCIATION

"Providing Jobs That Feed The World"

9th Annual Ag Labor Forum

November 20 & 21, 2019

Tachi Palace, Lemoore CA

Plus 9-hour FLC Training on November 19

Early-bird rate available until November 7th


"Compliance Issues and Best Practices for Successful Operations"

Wednesday Luncheon Keynote Speaker -- Chief Douglas Parker, Division of Occupational Safety and Health

Thursday Luncheon Keynote Speaker -- Dr. Phillip Martin, UC Davis Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics


                                                                 Why Attend?

The Ag Labor Issue Forum is about education, networking and motivation. Choose from over 30 educational sessions (in English or Spanish) and learn about strategies and solutions to help meet our industry's most recent legislative and safety requirements. Browse the exhibit hall to find products and services that will help you conduct business more efficiently. Make time to network with peers in a casual atmosphere. After all this, you will return to your business with new knowledge, tools and contacts to help keep you successful and compliant. 


Who Should Attend?

Farm labor contractors, growers, HR & safety managers, supervisors, insurance professionals and others with an interest in issues impacting agricultural labor.

Tachi Palace Hotel

Lemoore, CA


The special conference rate has expired. To make reservations directly call 800-615-8030

Conference Specifics

See the full conference brochure here

View the English session descriptions here

View the Spanish session descriptions here

Cost To Attend

First year of two full days! Fee includes all educational sessions, Wednesday eve networking event, lunch (each day) and exhibit hall entrance


   
Regular Registration Rate**
 CFLCA Member
 Non-Member
Full Conference (both days)
$350 $425
Day One (full day) - Nov 20$200
 $250
Day Two (full day) - Nov 21$200 $250

*Early-bird Rate available through November 7, 2019

**Regular registration rate available through November 18, 2019. After that, the walk-in rate will be include an additional $25 per registrant

Ag Labor Forum Topics and Speakers

    • 2020 Labor Laws & Wage & Hour -- Pat Moody
    • New Labor Laws & Employer Impacts - Lupe Sandoval SPANISH
    • Sexual Harassment Prevention: Training & Reporting Updates  - Erica Rosasco
    • Sexual Harassment: Internal Investigative Best Practices - Erica Rosasco
    • Cal Savers: Requirements & Options for 2020 Employee Saving Plans - Jonathon Herrera, Ed McClements ENGLISH
    • Cal Savers: Requirements & Options for 2020 Employee Saving Plans – Carolina Hernandez, Maria Corona (SPANISH)
    • Employee Handbooks & Arbitration Agreements - David Parker
    • FLC Licensing, Data, & Compliance Issues - Melinda Davis, Juan Dominguez
    • Cal OSHA Updates and Compliance Issues -  ENGLISH & SPANISH
    • Workplace Violence -- Preparing for the Worst Case Scenarios - Tina Huff & Laura Penera
    • Developing Your Organization for Maximum Performance – Tina Huff (SPANISH)
    • Managing & Preventing Work Comp Fraud & Litigation – ENGLISH & SPANISH
    • Managing Responsible Recruitment: Lessons from the Industry -- Stronger 2Gether
    • Cannabis or Hemp? Opportunities and Compliance Issues - Glen Fankhauser & Chris Danch
    • Social Security No-Match, I-9s, and Preparing for ICE Audits -- Dax Deason (ENG & SPAN)
    • H2-A Visa Program: Meeting the Housing Challenge - Ruben Lugo & Carlos Castaneda
    • Worker Transportation Compliance and Best Practices - Ruben Lugo, Georgina Cardenas
    • Update on Harassment Training Requirements – Lupe Sandoval (Spanish)
    • Joint Employment Liabilities and Best Practices - Bryan Little, Jeff Wenger, Fred Beyerlein
    • US DOL Requirements for Ag Employers – Ruben Lugo (SPANISH)
    • Food Safety - Jon Kimble (ENGLISH) Antonio Munguia (SPANISH)
    • New and Effective Training Methods  - Carl Morello
    • Using Technology to Improve Efficiencies & Reduce Record Keeping Errors -- Hilario & Patrick Zelaya
    • Management & Supervision: Issues and Best Practices -- Cosme Sanchez

      AG FORUM SPONSORS


      Please support these companies who generously contribute to this event and to the success of CFLCA


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