The Missouri Farm Labor Management Workshop (Sikeston)

  • Dec. 13, 2018
  • 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
  • City of Miner Convention Center
    2610 E. Malone Ave.
    Miner, MO 63801 directions to this event


Does your farm or agribusiness have or want to add employees? If so, this may be an opportunity for you. Labor has major influence on the productivity, costs and risk of your agricultural business. This one-day workshop was developed by University of Missouri Extension to help you to improve your labor management, improve your finances and protect your business.

What You Will Learn:

- How to be a Good Supervisor
- Onboarding, Training and Mentoring Employees
- Recruiting the Employee You Want
- Being Competitive in Compensation
- Proper Hiring Practices
- Improving your Time Management
- How to Retain Good Employees
- Termination - Letting Someone Go
- Record Keeping Requirements
- How to Manage Human and Legal Risks
- Knowing Your Labor Workforce
- Manage Payroll, Withholdings and Deposits

Registration starts at 8:30, workshop starts at 9. Lunch will be provided, and the cost of attending the program is $20 per person. Notification must be given one week before the workshop to be issued a refund. Substitutions are welcome.

Registration Deadline is December 6

For more info contact:

David Reinbott
Field Specialist in Agricultural Business
MU Extension in Scott County

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This workshop is based upon work supported by USDA/NIFA under Award Number 2015-49200-24226

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