Details for GILBERTO VENTURA, 300 temporary farm workers (Willacoochee, Atkinson County, GA)
GILBERTO VENTURA, 300 temporary farm workers (Willacoochee, Atkinson County, GA) 04/11/2019 to 09/10/2019, All applicants must be able, willing, qualified to perform work described in this JO/Ad & must be available for entire period specified. Possible weekly/daily hours: 35+/- possible weekend, holiday. ½ hour lunch. Work outdoors; weather may fluctuate hours (+/-); possible down times. $11.13/hr. piece rate may apply: $.50lb-will not result in less earning of hourly rate at the end of pay period, worker will be paid the appropriate hourly rate. Field work begin assigned time, berries are dry, cannot pick wet. Pick berries according to color of ripeness, firmness. Harvest: Ride on picker, restack lugs, place picking mechanism, stack on trailer. Pick berries, put into 1-gallon dry bucket, carry to dumper/weigh. Lifting requirement of up to 60 lbs. Transportation/subsistence reimbursed for costs incurred for reporting to work site, if worker completes half the employment period. Housing will be available at no cost to the workers, including U.S. workers who cannot reasonably return to their permanent residence at the end of each work day. ¾ guarantee. Tools are provided by employer at no cost. Must be 18 years of age. Must show proof of legal authority to work in the United States. Three (3) months verifiable experience. Go to the closest Georgia Department of Labor or call (404) 232-3500; Go to the closest Florida Department of Economic Opportunity Office of Workforce Services; South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce (803) 737-2633; Alabama Department of Labor (334) 242-8020; ask for job order# 3181369064
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Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach city councils, and Surfside Beach leaders recently gave first reading to ordinances re-allocating hospitality fees and accommodation tax funds, bringing more money into the two cities’ budgets. But it could spell trouble for I-73. In the past the hospital tax and the accommodations taxes were split betweeen the county and the cities and town. Horry County Council previously allocated $25 million annually from these taxes for construction of I-73 from the coast to I-95. If the cities keep those taxes for their own purposes, the project could be in jeopardy. Do you think Myrtle Beach, Surfside Beach and North Myrtle Beach should keep these taxes for their own infrastructure and tourism promotion instead of funding I-73?