If you believe your contract has been violated, contact Migrant Legal Aid for help.
Migrant and seasonal farmworkers are entitled to receive labor contracts at the start of their job. During the recruitment process, the Agriculture Worker Protection Act protects their right to be provided written information about wages, hours, workers’ compensation, working conditions, and housing.
Migrant Legal Aid helps to protect these rights and stand up against infringements on the worker’s contracts. In case a worker is not given the number of hours per week stated in the contract, Migrant Legal Aid represents this client in order to hold growers accountable in maintaining their labor contract.