RURAL NEWS + ALERTS

05.31.2017

State Senate just passed CRLAF 's SB 295, 27-9, increased state and private enforcement remedies for FLCs' sexual harassment prevention training violations.

CRLAF sponsors SB 295 (Monning), which calls for greater transparency in the sexual harassment prevention trainin...

04.21.2017

All too often we hear about immigrant and mixed status families being taken advantage of -- paying thousands of dollars to unscrupulous individuals that make promises they cannot keep and engaging in the unauthorized practice of law. 

In an effort to stop these abu...

04.04.2017

CRLAF sponsors SB 295 (Monning), which calls for greater transparency in the sexual harassment prevention training required for farm workers by SB 1087 (Monning; 2014) and also addresses recent concerns about non-compliance by some farm labor contractors (FLCs).

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03.16.2017

CRLAF sponsors AB 978 (Limón), which upgrades California’s basic workplace safety program by giving workers the right to receive a physical or electronic copy of the employer’s Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP). The Division of Occupational Safety and Health...

03.13.2017

Under AB 281, an employer who steals minimum wages from hundreds of workers can be caught red-handed but will still be able to avoid any penalty for his or her wrongdoing

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