Washington WInegrowers

Jul 5, 2024
Washington growers to hold piece rate recordkeeping webinar

Two Washington growers organizations are collaborating to help the state’s growers deal with piece rate recordkeeping.

The webinar covering piece rate recordkeeping is scheduled for July 11 from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. PT.

The event is sponsored by the Washington Winegrowers Association and the Washington Growers League.

 

“Learn how to comply with piece rate laws while managing labor costs effectively. This webinar will cover compliant piece rate record-keeping and explore various perspectives on workforce efficiency and regulation compliance,” according to a news release.

“Targeted at vineyard and winery employers, it addresses the industry’s response to piece rate laws and offers practical solutions for balancing compliance with economic efficiency.”

For more information, visit here. 

Based in Cashmere, Washington, the Washington Winegrowers Association supports members by addressing industry needs through collaboration and partnerships to enhance Washington’s wine industry.

Headquartered in Yakima, Washington, the Yakima, Washington, the Washington Growers League is a non-profit, non-partisan association that provides services and support to agricultural employers in Washington as well as representation on critical agricultural labor and employment issues.

 


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