- ADA Soon Coming Into Play
James Severson, Stephen R. Sutter, and Howard R. Rosenberg, University of
On July 26, 1992, employment-related provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act
took effect for organizations with 25 or more employees.
- Ag Job Information for the
Dictionary of Occupational Titles
Agricultural Personnel Management Program, University of California
The Dictionary of Occupational Titles was first published in 1939 to help address issues
of training and education, career guidance and employment, counseling, job definition, and
- Avoiding Sex Discrimination In
and Out of the Packing Industry
Michael J. Hogan, University of California, 1994
It is important for employers throughout agriculture, not only in the packing industry, to
recognize that gender does not dictate performance potential and to provide job
opportunities on a sex-neutral basis.
- DOL Ofers Nationwide
Job Listings on the Web
University of California
America's Job Bank (AJB), a computerized network linking the 1,800 state Employment
Service offices and maintained on the Internet by the U.S. Department of Labor, contains
information on about 250,000 jobs, featuring listings from all state employment services
as well as linking directly to corporate home pages and private placement services.
Discrimination in Hiring at a Dairy
Gregory Encina Billikopf, University of California, 1998
A systematic selection process can help in legally discriminating among poor, average, and
- Contracting for
Patrick Walsh and David W. Kammel, University of Wisconsin-Extension, 1990
Faulty construction can threaten the farmer's economic well-being, and subject both
parties to personal injury lawsuits, environmental damage or economic loss.
- Hiring Non-Farm
Jeffrey F. Keown, University of Nebraska Cooperative Extension, 1992
As the number of workers available with farm backgrounds continues to decrease, many
producers are looking at non-farm background workers to meet their needs.
- How to Write a
Dairy Job Description
Jeffrey F. Keown and Erin Marotz, University of Nebraska Cooperative
On most dairy farms the employees can be grouped into three categories: herd managers,
feeders or outdoor workers, and milkers.
- Prepare to Avoid
Trouble Under the Civil Rights Act of 1991
National Council of Agricultural Employers, 1992
The Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) has been law since 1986. It has two main
requirements of employers: (1) to hire only persons authorized to work in the United
States and (2) to not discriminate on the basis of citizenship status or national origin.
- Sample Contract
between Farmer and Farm Labor Contractor
Howard Rosenberg, University of California at Berkeley
This Sample Agreement to Furnish Labor was adapted for educational use by Howard
Rosenberg, University of California at Berkeley, from an original by Michael Hogan, of the
firm Littler, Mendelson, Fastiff, Tichy, and Mathiason, Fresno office.