California Farm Labor Contractor Bond

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Whether you are helping manage the labor needs of a small or large farm in California, you have responsibilities and duties as a farm labor contractor. You need to ensure your employees are working diligently while still being safe, and you need to make sure your employees are paid their wages on time.

To ensure these responsibilities are met, the state of California Department of Industrial Relations requires all California farm labor contractors to hold a California Farm Labor Contractor Bond.

If you are unsure if you need to get licensed and bonded, check out the Rules and Regulations for FLCs.

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How To Get Your Oregon Farm Labor Contractor License

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Did you know there are over 35,000 farms in Oregon, equally to over 16.5 million acres of farm land? Those farms don’t just run themselves; farm workers are hard at work every day tending to the labor needs of all those farms across the state.

Farm labor contractors are the ones who manage those workers and ensure farm work is completed well and properly.

Both farm and forest labor contractors are required to be licensed by the State of Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI) under Oregon’s Farm Labor Contractor Law.

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5 Simple Steps: Idaho Farm Labor Contractor License

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Farm labor contractors act as the ‘middle persons’ between farmers and farm workers. Any person who is paid or promised to be paid for recruiting, soliciting, hiring, employing, furnishing, or transporting any migrant or seasonal agricultural worker is considered to be a farm labor contractor. If you are thinking of becoming a farm labor contractor in Idaho, you will first need to get licensed.

Short on time? Check out our Contractor’s License FAQ page.

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Washington Farm Labor Contractor’s Bond

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The practice of farming is one that brings up images of fields in the morning mist and heaps of fresh fruit and vegetables. However, for a farm labor contractor, farming is very much about employee management.

In order to ensure that you are a responsible farm labor contractor, you are required to hold a farm labor contractor’s bond. This reassures your employees and the government that you will treat your workforce well.

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Oregon Farm Labor Contractor Bond

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Whether you help manage the labor needs of a small farm or a large one, as a contractor you have responsibilities both to your employees and to the farms where your employees work. You need to ensure that your farm work is completed well and that your employees are safe and are paid promptly for work that they have completed.

To ensure that you have the ability to manage your farm work, you need to hold a surety bond as a condition of your farm labor contractor bond license.

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