2005 Minnesota Statutes - 181.85 — Migrant labor; definitions.


181.85 Migrant labor; definitions.
Subdivision 1. Generally. For the purposes of sections 181.85 to 181.90, the terms defined in this section have the meanings given them.
Subd. 2. Agricultural labor. "Agricultural labor" means field labor associated with the cultivation and harvest of fruits and vegetables and work performed in processing fruits and vegetables for market.
Subd. 3. Migrant worker. "Migrant worker" means an individual at least 17 years of age who travels more than 100 miles to Minnesota from some other state to perform seasonal agricultural labor in Minnesota.
Subd. 4. Employer. "Employer" means a processor of fruits or vegetables that employs, either directly or indirectly through a recruiter, more than 30 migrant workers per day for more than seven days in any calendar year.
Subd. 5. Recruit. "Recruit" means to induce an individual, directly or indirectly through an agent or recruiter, to travel to Minnesota to perform agricultural labor by an offer of employment or of the possibility of employment.
Subd. 6. Recruiter. "Recruiter" means an individual or person other than an employer that for a fee, either for itself or for another individual or person, solicits, hires, or furnishes migrant workers, excluding members of an individual recruiter's immediate family, for agricultural labor to be performed for an employer in this state. "Recruiter" does not include a public agency providing employment services.
HIST: 1981 c 212 s 1

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