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2015 Ag Employer Compliance Conferences and Farm Labor Contractor (DLSE Approved) Continuing Education Program
California Farm Labor Contractor Association (CFLCA) is pleased to announce our series of educational conferences for agricultural employers for 2015. The programs are approved by the Department of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE) for the new requirement of nine hours of continuing education for FLC licensing and renewal. These "Ag Employer Compliance Conferences" offer a wide range of information, including updates on: new labor laws; wage and hour requirements; harassment and discrimination laws; Cal OSHA requirements; posting and notification requirements; worker transportation issues; effective management and best practices. Click here to register for this event.
SB 1087 Sexual Harassment Instructor Training Seminars
ABOUT THE TRAINING PROGRAM
SB 1087 creates new harassment prevention training requirements for farm labor contractors. These are in addition to existing requirements of AB 1825 to provide training for supervisors in companies of 50 or more enployees, two hours, every two years. The new requirement applies to all FLCs and calls for annual training, two hours, for all supervisory staff, as well as training for all nonsupervisor employees at time of hire and every two years. Unlike AB 1825 harassment prevention training, the new required training may be conducted by the FLC and/or a designee. This program will explain the various harassment training requirements; documentation requirements; and provide sample training materials.
4th Annual Ag Labor issues Forum - April 1st (no fooling) - Harris Ranch
Please join us on April 1, at Harris Ranch for our 4th Annual Ag Labor Issues Forum, "Managing in Challenging Times". This conference brings together a variety of industry experts to provide updated information and clarification on a wide range of new and existing laws and regulations. Learn about Cal OSHA's recently adopted revisions to the Heat Illness Prevention regulations; the status of immigration reform and AB 60 Driver's Licenses; the new Paid Sick Leave laws, including new interpretations; the latest on non-productive time and rest period compensation for piece rate workers; proposals for this legislative session; and the latest on the Affordable Care Act-ObamaCare.