What you'll get out of this course

The Employment Resilerator™ is a 10-week advanced educational offering covering all aspects of how to be a great employer, improve the workplace environment, and create high-quality jobs. We aim to:

Create a positive and respectful work environment
Reduce employment-related stress in your business
Improve understanding of California agriculture labor law
Decrease absenteeism and turnover
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Upcoming Course Details

The Employment Resilerator
Next Session:
October - December 2024
Virtual (Zoom)
10 weeks
Free. Stipends & grants available up to $2,000
Tuesdays • 9-11am
Judith Redmond
Andrea Levy
Guest instructors

More About this Course

Managing a workforce is a common challenge. Graduates of The Resilerator™  who have employees stated that they often or sometimes did not have enough help. The Employment Resilerator™ course will help farmers, ranchers, and fishers to build the skills and the tools they need to not only comply with California labor laws, but also to go beyond compliance toward creating a positive and respectful work environment.

Employment Resilerator Overview

The Employment Resilerator™ is tailored to agricultural business owners, covering key topics such as creating safe workplaces, conflict management, recruitment and onboarding, audits and inspections, compensation, and employee benefits. This course mirrors FarmLink’s flagship Resilerator™  in providing a dynamic and supportive environment and fostering discussions on the complexities of creating high-quality job opportunities. Participants gain valuable expertise to navigate these challenges and effectively advance their business goals.

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In order to be eligible, you must have completed the Resilerator or El Resilerador.

After the Course

We offer a financial incentive package for completing the course, aimed at identifying an implementing business practices that enhance the workplace experience on farms, ranches, and fishing businesses. Incentives include: 

  • $1000 payment for completing the program and providing course feedback
  • Up to $500 rebate on fees, interest or cost of an existing or new FarmLink operating or equipment loan
  • Opportunity to qualify for Workplace Improvement grants (up to $2000 per participant)
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Course Sponsors

This course is generously sponsored by: