On February 23, 2022, the Employment and Training Administration (ETA) of the Department of Labor (DOL) issued a notice for the Annual Food and Subsistence Update. This notice announces the annual updates on several monetary charges for agricultural workers’ meals and travel subsistence reimbursements. The new maximum fee for employers seeking H-2A workers who may charge… Continue reading Notice for Annual Food and Subsistence Update
H-2A vs H-2B: Who Should I Hire? The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) allows the temporary admission of agriculture and non-agricultural workers into the U.S. The H-2A and the H-2B visa program help businesses meet their labor needs. Nationwide, employers are facing a labor shortage and one of the hardest hit industries are agricultural, landscaping,… Continue reading H-2A vs H-2B: Who Should I Hire?
Guide to H-2A Employer Requirements The H-2A program allows American employers to legally hire foreign temporary workers if such employers are unable to fill their agricultural labor needs with regional U.S. laborers. In this handy guide, we will explore the H-2A employer requirements, so you know exactly how you can participate in the beneficial program.… Continue reading Guide to H-2A Employer Requirements
A Renewed Appreciation for the Agricultural Industry As the year of 2020 passes, American’s reflect on where they assign their most basic needs and values. The Covid-19 pandemic introduced us to challenges many have never seen before and fostered a renewed appreciation for the factory workers and farmers putting food on tables across the country.… Continue reading A Renewed Appreciation for the Agricultural Industry