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Update: Michigan Farm Bureau Agricultural Employment Compliance Guide

Michigan Farm Bureau's Ag Labor and Safety Services division has partnered with Varnum LLP to provide a regularly updated on-line subscription service for federal and state employment law issues. The employment guide was designed to provide practical information and FAQs on employment law hot topics while summarizing the primary federal and state employment laws and providing extension resources and links applicable to agricultural employers.

Recent updates to the guide include:

Affordable Care Act

  • New sample forms for the required Marketplace notification

Health & Safety (OSHA)

  • OSHA Hazard Communication Standards training requirements and other HazCom training resources

To learn more and subscribe to the online guide, click here.

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Kimberly A. Clarke, Varnum, Immigration Lawyer

Kim focuses her practice on immigration matters, including nonimmigrant petitions, both employment- and family-based permanent residence applications, expatriation and foreign visa issues. She has developed a strong background in the area of worker verification issues and managed clients through internal and agency Form I-9 audits, USICE compliance investigations and civil criminal charges.

In addition, Kim maintains a specialty practice of consultation with agricultural clients and handles various agricultural labor and employment issues such as compliance with...

Kristiana M. Coutu, Varnum, Corporate and agriculture attorney

Kristiana's practice focuses on serving the needs of the agriculture industry. She has experience in several areas of agricultural law including labor and employment matters, H-2A labor, taxation, succession planning and general business matters. Kristiana previously practiced as a certified public accountant and has over 20 years of experience in the agriculture industry, including agricultural lending and operating her family farm. ​​