WG&S Magazine Cover July 2014

The June 2014 edition of the WG&S Magazine is in the mail.  Here’s a preview of some of the stories you will see: 

COVER STORY:

The Link Between Cancer & Nutrition:  The Doctor Tells All

 

PRESIDENT'S NOTES

A Time for Choosing

 

MEMEBER PROFILE

CA Member

LaBrucherie Produce: Longtime Member Sees Value of Education

Member since 1956

 

FEATURE STORIES

WG 89th ANNUAL MEETING: IMMIGRATION EXAMINATION 2014

Michelle Malkin & Ruben Navarrette Will Face Off at PAC Luncheon

 

Unions 2.0: How Big Labor Is Using Worker Centers to Bypass Legal Regulations and Destroy Brands

 

Jon Vessey: Longtime California Desert Grower Passes Away

 

WG Board meets in D.C.: Discusses Immigration Reform

 

Ag Construction: Need May Result in Another Boom

 

WG’s 2014 Professional Compensation & HR Practices survey:  Economy & Healthcare Continue to

 

Dictate How Ag Industry Makes Employment and Benefit Decisions

 

GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS

Food Fight! Twenty-five years ago, John Belushi started an epic cafeteria battle in the movie Animal House by yelling the words “Food fight!.”  Here is Washington, D.C., members of Congress seem to be echoing that battle cry over school meals.

 

AG & THE LAW

Employment Termination:  Best Practices

 

INSURANCE CORNER

From A to Z, WGIS Can Cover Your Needs

 

DEAR JON

What Does the IRS Want to Know About Health Care Insurance?

 

WESTERN GROWERS FOUNDATION UPDATE

Providing a Helping Hand

 

WESTERN GROWERS IN THE NEWS

NOA to Meet in Ventura

 

California Wage Survey Available

 

Water Resource Bill Passed by Congress

 

ARB Regs to Kick-in on Newer Trucks

 

David Moore Agricultural Scholarship Fund

 

Providing for Future Agricultural Professionals

 

ADVERTISERS

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42nd Street Partners, LLC – Land for Sale

WG 2014 HR Compensation survey

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WG Staff Contact

Jeff Janas
Manager, Communications
949-885-2318

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