Our diverse agricultural production relies upon skilled people in year-round and seasonal jobs. Farmers and ranchers face very real challenges in ensuring they can hire from among a reliable, stable and legal workforce.
Farm Bureau seeks to improve labor policies affecting agriculture and to provide farmers and ranchers with information on existing laws and regulations, including a comprehensive immigration policy.
Minimum wage, "day of rest" and "seventh-day" overtime requirements for agricultural employees in California changed on January 1, 2017. Agricultural overtime changes begin
January 1, 2019. Changes occur incrementally through 2025.