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SEA/Center for Immigration Studies Highlight Videos from September 22nd Panel Discussion
Highlight Video #1: Do seasonal employers truly face a labor shortage?
The Center for Immigration Studies contends that seasonal employers do not face a labor shortage and that there are plenty of American workers available and willing to work these seasonal jobs. The seasonal employer participants in this panel discussion would beg to differ. Let us know who you think presents a more compelling argument!
Highlight Video #2 Are seasonal employers making an effort to hire unemployed American workers?
Highlight video #2 in our video series from our panel discussion with the Center for Immigration Studies. In this video seasonal employers discuss their efforts to recruit and hire American workers. They explain why they continue to struggle to fill their seasonal positions despite the high unemployment rate.
Sales Manager, Lindy's Seafood
"I joined SEA because I knew we needed to be proactive in fixing the H2B Program. The industry’s advocacy efforts had stagnated. SEA was the loudest voice I heard trying to reach a long term solution, resulting in more progress in the past year than I've seen in the whole 20 years our company has been in the program. I believe SEA's approach of collaboration, effective communication, and thinking outside the box is the path forward for H-2B program advocacy and is the organization companies who depend on the H-2B program should belong to. "
President, Landmark Landscapes
"The Seasonal Employment Alliance has done more to shape the narrative for H-2B reform. This is largely due to the fact that they are proactive and not reactive. I am confident SEA will be instrumental in bringing positive change for those of us that rely on the H-2B guest worker program. Because of the efforts of SEA’s team and members, we are closer to H-2B reform then we have been in years.
SEA is not just a Washington DC organization, when I requested their help in Georgia they came here to offer support on several occasions. I am proud to be part of SEA."
President, Southern Impact
"Since the startup of SEA a little over a year ago, SEA has made unmatched strides towards H2B cap relief. We are closer than ever before to a permanent cap increase because of SEA’s efforts and the relationships SEA has formed with H2B employers and legislators. As an agent, it is helpful to be a member of an organization with other agents and active employers. The information the members provide and the resources I have access to ensure I am on top of all aspects of the ever shifting H-2B program. This helps me provide the best possible service to my clients. "