A newly revised I-9 Form is released! You may not use the previous version after Jan 22, 2017. See below for links to the current form.
FEELDS stands for Oregon Farm Bureau’s Farm Employer Education & Legal Defense Service. It’s a member-service program for Oregon Farm Bureau members. For less than $70 per month, FEELDS helps you keep up with the frequently changing state and federal regulations. It helps you identify your business strengths and areas that might need some extra attention. FEELDS also provides you with a helping hand so you can be sure you are managing your employment situations correctly.
The program offers FEELDS members unlimited access to our nationally certified Program Director, Roberta Gruber, who has worked exclusively with agricultural employers since 1991. As a FEELDS member, Roberta will visit with you (free) to help you with your employee concerns and help you put practical and effective solutions to work to save you money and avoid problems.
Another valuable service is the FEELDS legal defense service if you need an attorney to defend you in an employment related lawsuit or against demand letters relating to your agricultural employees. No more “litigate or settle” decisions based on economics instead of the merits of the case.
New I-9 Form (as of November 2016):
2016 I-9 Form – Newest version of the I-9 Form. (Older versions may not be used after January 22, 2017)
In addition to these federal and state posters, also post:
Your worker’s compensation certificate
Your Unemployment Insurance Notice (Form 11), if you’re subject to unemployment insurance
A self-made poster identifying your pay dates and times
If you offer an incentive bonus (such as an “end of season” or production bonus), post the terms of how employees may earn that bonus and when it is paid.
If you hire employees under the age of 18 to operate power-driven farm machinery, post the child labor certificate you must receive after completing this application from the Bureau of Labor & Industries
Videos from FEELDS Ag Employer Workshop on Sept. 6, 2016.