ETA and State Efforts to Educate Farmworkers and Ag Employers

Virtual education tools and outreach

I work for an Ag Employer and what is needed is virtual tools to education farmworkers and employers. Many farms are small family owned businesses and they need affordable and accessible training tools to teach their employees how to recognize trafficking, how to respond to suspected behavior and confidential reporting procedures.

Examples of successful projects include the ¬°Basta! toolkit, this sexual harassment prevention... more »

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ETA and State Efforts to Educate Farmworkers and Ag Employers

New national number

I think having a national number to dial like 411 would be helpful. I know there is a 1-888 number but in case of emergencies it's much easier and more likely for someone to dial a number that is easy to remember. If this were to happen local TV stations could do a segment on the new number and hopefully add some updated information about the most current information of labor trafficking. Or possibly working with 211... more »

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Guest Worker Program trending idea

The guest worker program should be expanded but administered by the United States government at the source. There should be no 3rd party private recruitment agencies involved the guest worker programs. Currently guest workers from agricultural to high tech pay kickbacks to these labor recruiters and contractors. Companies who wish to recruit must be vetted and the actual company that the employee works at. H visas should... more »

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