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Governor's Council on Migrant Labor - Ad Hoc Committee on Migrant Seasonal Farmworkers

05/23/2023 12:30 PM

Virtual Meeting (Microsoft Teams Meeting)


Agency: Department of Workforce Development
Contact: Kathryn Mueller
(608) 733-3907


Meeting ID: 288 786 145 509
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Phone Conference ID: 811 771 419#


  1. Welcome and Introductions
    1. Roll call of current committee members
      1. Erica Sweitzer-Beckman - Chairperson
      2. John Bauknecht
      3. Erica Kunze
      4. Aimee Jo Castleberry
      5. Kate Lambert
      6. Laura Waldvogel
      7. Jose Martinez
    2. Intro of other council members present
  2. Approval of Agenda
  3. Approval of Meeting Minutes from May 11, 2023
  4. Summary of the Councils Next Steps in Reviewing of Rules (Wis. Stat. § 103.968)
  5. Next Step: Public Hearing
  6. Review of Wis. Admin. DWD Chapter 301 Admin Draft Updates
    1. Department provide feedback on comments received during May 11, 2023 meeting
    2. Continue review of suggested updates starting at DWD § 301.075 (page 36 of proposed rule)
  7. New Business
    1. Committee members may suggest new topics for the committee to discuss
  8. Announcements/ Future Items
    1. Other announcements by committee members

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