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Governor's Council on Migrant Labor - Ad Hoc Committee on the Minimum Guarantee

07/07/2023 11:00 AM

Virtual Online Meeting, Madison, WI- 53703


Agency: Department of Workforce Development
Contact: Kathryn Mueller

Meeting via TEAMS:
Meeting ID: 266 387 605 778 
Passcode: fKmtVB 

Or call in (audio only) 
+1 608-571-2209,,871605705#   United States, Madison 
Phone Conference ID: 871 605 705# 

Draft Agenda

Welcome and Introductions
Roll call of current committee members
Introductions of other council members present
Introductions of other community members

Approval of Agenda

Approval of April 11, 2022, Meeting Minutes

Purpose of Committee
Requirement under Wis. Stat. 103.967(3)

Discussion on Minimum Guarantee Requirements under Wis. Stat. §103.915(4)(b)

New Business
Open discussion for committee members to suggest topics for this ad hoc committee

Announcements/ Future Items
Public Hearing on Proposed Rule to Revise Ch. DWD 301 – Migrant Labor: Monday, July 10 at 10 m.
Governor's Council on Migrant Labor Ad Hoc Committee on Migrant Seasonal Farmworkers meeting scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 3, 2023 at 10 a.m.
The next meeting of the Governor’s Council on Migrant Labor is Wednesday, Aug. 9, 2023 at 10 a.m.
Other announcements by committee members

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