Expert Guidance to Employers who Employ Foreign Seasonal Workers.
Many employers of seasonal workers and other non-professional workers, such as roofers and contractors, have experience a growing book of business as the economy seems to be slowing emerging from the recession of 2008. At the same time, many of these same employers have also experience a shrinking supply of legal workers leading to an increasing difficulty to meet their expanding client demand. We can help with this problem.
US immigration law allows for foreign seasonal workers to enter the United States, with work authorization, to be employed in many different industries including the roofing and construction industry. If you are an employer with a seasonal work force or who anticipates a one time or peak load need for temporary workers, a reliable and stable workforce may be available to your business with the right legal guidance.
However, the Department of Labor (DOL) regulatory hurdles can make this process confusing to many entrepreneurs, distracting their focus from running their business. And DOL has recently published a “Notice of Proposed Rule Making” which won’t simplify this process.
Our office is uniquely positioned to help your business navigate this process and secure the seasonal workforce you need to grow your business to its fullest potential. We are experienced attorneys who understand what constitutes a seasonal need, one time need or peak load need and which category your employment opportunity may be. We facilitate your company’s foreign worker employment process from Prevailing Wage Determination to your workers’ entry into the United States.
To schedule a phone or in person consultation or to receive periodic information and updates on the H-2B program, visit our H-2B Contact Page by clicking here. One of our staff will contact you immediately to schedule a free consultation with attorney Ken Schmitt. You can also view Ken Schmitt’s Free Report: Overcoming the Top 5 Seasonal Worker Hurdles for Small and Medium Businesses by clicking here.