Labor and Economic Opportunity
OFFICE OF THE STATE MONITOR
State Monitor Advocate
Monitor Advocates at the National, Regional, and State levels help to ensure that the services provided to Migrant Seasonal Farmworkers (MSFWs) are "qualitatively equivalent and quantitatively proportionate" to the services provided to other jobseekers. This means that MSFWs should receive all workforce development services, benefits and protections on an equitable and non-discriminatory basis (i.e. career guidance, testing, job development, training, and job referral).
In order to locate and to contact MSFWs who are not being reached by the normal intake activities conducted by the local Job Service offices, the focus of the workforce delivery system will be to:
State and Regional Monitor Advocates are responsible for ensuring that services provided are in accordance with federal regulations (20 C.F.R. 651-658) and the Workforce Investment Act.
The State Monitor Advocate supports the needs of MSFWs by:
STATE COMPLAINT SPECIALIST
State Monitor Advocate / State Complaint Specialist
Workforce Development Agency