Resources for Professionalizing Your H2A Workforce
CIERTO collaborates with growers, retailers and workers to manage custom H2A guest worker programs that are profitable, while honoring the voices and expertise of farm workers, and protecting the stability of our food supply system.
Our ethical, transparent recruiting program and training modules professionalize migrant farm workers, helping to create an efficient, productive workforce, dedicated to returning to your farm season after season.
Explore the blog posts, white papers, and other resources below to discover the benefits of ethical recruiting for your farm and workforce.
Ethical recruiting protects H-2A workers, retailers, and growers like you. Find out how CIERTO can help you unlock these benefits.
Recruit H2A and H2B Workers from Guatemala
Your farm may be eligible for $500 per worker to offset logistical costs associated with recruiting agricultural workers from Guatemala. Find out how!
International Labor Organization Best Practices
CIERTO and the ILO collaborated closely to create these best practices for ethical H-2A recruiting. Download in English, or Spanish.
CIERTO Industry News & Company Notes
5 Takeaways from Presenting at the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Panel on the Farm Workforce Modernization Act
Last week CIERTO CEO Joe Martinez was invited to give remarks at a Congressional Hispanic Caucus (CHC) event on Capitol Hill. Joe received the invitation after presenting at the Round Table on H-2 Migration and Fair Recruitment at the 9th Summit of the Americas in...
CIERTO CEO Invited to Appear at Summit of the Americas Roundtable on H-2 Recruitment CIERTO CEO Joe Martinez participated in a roundtable on H-2 migration and fair recruitment, hosted by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Department...
Dhaka Principle 2 As a Risk Management Tool A few weeks ago, our CEO, Joe Martinez, was asked to write an article on Dhaka Principle 2: All migrant worker contracts must be clear & transparent. Yesterday a friend sent me a link to a news article explaining why...