(a) If a labor demand State agency learns that a crop is maturing earlier than expected or that other material factors, including weather conditions and recruitment levels, have changed, the agency shall immediately contact the labor supply State agency, who shall in turn immediately inform crews and families scheduled through the JS clearance system of the changed circumstances and adjust arrangements on behalf of such crews of families.
(b) When there is a delay in the date of need, procedures required of employers and workers at § 653.501(d)(2)(v) shall be followed. State agencies shall document notifications by employers and contacts by individual migrant workers or crew leaders on behalf of migrant workers or family heads on behalf of migrant family members to verify the date of need.
(c) In addition, if weather conditions, overrecruitment or other conditions have eliminated the scheduled job opportunities, the State agencies involved shall make every effort to place the workers in alternate job opportunities as soon as possible, especially if the worker(s) is already enroute or at the job site. JS staff shall keep records of actions under this section.
Title 20 published on 2012-04-01
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