SEA’s Summer Crab Event a Big Success

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On July 11th SEA hosted a Summer Crab Event outside the Capitol Hill Club. It was a tremendous success as staffers from over 125 offices stopped by the event to enjoy delicious crab cakes courtesy of Lindy’s Seafood. We were able to educate them on the importance of the H-2B program and the adverse economic impact the H-2B cap is having on seasonal businesses. In addition the event was covered by Roll Call, PBS NewsHour, and Politico.

SEA Annual Meeting

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The Seasonal Employment Alliance will be hosting our inaugural Annual Meeting June 6th and 7th in Chicago, IL. The meeting will be taking place at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare Hotel and Conference Center. The meeting presents an excellent opportunity to engage with other active H-2B program participants and give your input into our short-term and long-term strategies. The meeting is going to be jammed packed with interesting, informative and entertaining talks, presentations, discussions and panels. In addition to our meeting we have also set up a fun and casual fundraising event at Top Golf the night of the 6th. The cost of the ticket includes two hours of play and dinner (there will be a cash bar available) and all proceeds will go to the […]

Seasonal Employment Alliance

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The Seasonal Employment Alliance is a not-for-profit association dedicated to improving the dependability, efficiency and long-term viability of a seasonal, non-immigrant guest worker program for non-agricultural employers. The need for reliable, seasonal labor sources for law-abiding companies is paramount. This growth in the economy, increased immigration enforcement and border interdiction efforts, and prospect of mandatory e-Verify has put increased pressure on the H-2B visa program. Guided by its seven-person Board of Directors, including leading H-2B agents, experts, and operating employers, SEA will enhance, strengthen and focus the H-2B communities’ efforts to inform and aid Congress in improving the dependability and efficiency of the H-2B seasonal guest-worker program.