James K. Judkins of JKJ Workforce will be holding an educational seminar covering various topics pertaining to the H-2B guest worker program at this year's IISF Trade Show. Currently, demand for H-2B visas is at an all-time high and is estimated that over 2/3 of applicants will not receive their workers this year under the current cap restraints of 66,000 workers annually (33,000 per cap). Anyone who counts on guest workers through the H-2B program is encouraged to attend.
The seminar is titled "H-2B Balancing Act - Practical, Political, Strategies for Survival in This New Abnormal" and will be conducted inside the Carousel Pavilion on the trade show grounds. The seminar will take place on Thursday, February 18 from 1-4pm and is free for all trade show attendees.
Speakers include James K. Judkins, President of JKJ Workforce and Secretary/Treasurer of The Seasonal Employment Alliance, and Leon Sequeira, employment attorney and former Assistant Secretary of Labor in the George W. Bush Administration
Topics will include:
More information is available on the trade show web site.
There will be an opportunity at the end of the seminar for questions and answers.
The IISF Trade Show will take place at the Gibtown Showmen's Club in Gibsonton, Florida, February 16-19, 2021.