I-9 Compliance and ICE Audit Workshops for Agricultural Employers

The Agricultural Personnel Management Association (APMA) is offering two workshops in the North Bay to help agricultural employers stay compliant during the upcoming growing season and to prepare for possible ICE Audits.

There have been many recent reports of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) sending out Notices of Inspection (NOI’s). There are many new requirements for agricultural employers:

– New Piece-Rate Pay law

– New Gender Pay Equity law

– State Minimum Wage increase

– Implementing Paid Sick Leave

I-9 Compliance and ICE Audit Workshops are presented by the Agricultural Personnel Management Association (APMA).

Ukiah – March 22, 2016 (co-sponsored by Mendinocino County Farm Bureau)
Hampton Inn & Suites• 1140 Airport Park Blvd., Ukiah
8:00 AM registration; 8:30 AM program

Santa Rosa – March 23, 2016
Sonoma County Farm Bureau • 970 Piner Road, Santa Rosa
8:00 a.m. registration, 8:30 a.m. program

COST: $45/person for members of APMA and co-sponsoring organizations (including FELS Newsletter subscribers); $65/person for non-members.

Please click here for online registration.

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