5 edition of Labor and property rights in California agriculture found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Rex L. Cottle, Hugh H. Macaulay, Bruce Yandle.|
|Series||Texas A & M University economics series ;, no. 6|
|Contributions||Macaulay, Hugh Holleman, 1924-, Yandle, Bruce.|
|LC Classifications||HD211.C2 C57 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 116 p. :|
|Number of Pages||116|
|LC Control Number||82040318|
Agriculture is a significant sector in California's economy, producing nearly $50 billion in revenue in There are more than commodity crops grown across California, including a significant portion of all fruits and nuts for the United States. In , there w unique farms and ranches in the state, operating across million acres of land. This section briefly reviews the incidents typically associated with animal property. The California Constitution guarantees its citizens certain inalienable rights, one of which is the right to acquire, possess and protect property.[FN3] Property in California encompasses a broad class of "things" and is defined in terms of ownership.
Components. In valuing personal property and fixtures, it is important to be aware of all cost components. Property Tax Rules 6 and 10 define these components as including labor, material, entrepreneurial services, interest on borrowed or owner-supplied funds, freight or shipping costs, installation costs, sales or use tax, and "other costs typically incurred in bringing the property to a. In , the California State Legislature passed the Agricultural Labor Relations Act guaranteeing certain rights to California farm workers. The purpose of the Act is to "ensure peace in the agricultural fields by guaranteeing justice for all agricultural workers and stability in labor .
Pursuant to Cal Lab Code § , it shall be an unfair labor practice for an agricultural employer to interfere with agricultural employees in the exercise of the rights guaranteed in § and to dominate or interfere with the formation or administration of any labor organization or . If you’re a California employee, you benefit from some of the most protective employment laws in the nation. While federal employment laws set the minimum requirements that your employer must follow, California gives you many additional rights and benefits under state law. California employees enjoy a wide variety of rights and benefits when it comes to wages, meal periods and rest breaks.
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As employees working in the State of California, agricultural workers have certain rights that are protected by law. These rights are protected under the federal Migrant and Seasonal Farmworkers Protection Act, which was enacted by Congress in The Act requires that employers provide their employees with working conditions that are safe and free of Read more».California Constitution - CONS Business and Professions Code - BPC Civil Code - CIV Code of Civil Procedure - CCP Food and Agricultural Code - FAC INS Labor Code - LAB Military and Veterans Code - MVC Penal Code - PEN Probate Code - PROB Public Contract Code - PCC Public Resources Code - PRC Public Utilities Code - PUC.His articles about labor and immigration have won a number of prizes, including the Studs Terkel Media Award and the Sidney Award.
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