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The mission of the Day Worker Center in Santa Cruz County is to facilitate the safe and dignified hiring of day workers, by providing a physical space where workers can seek job opportunities and employers can hire workers. Additionally, the Center offers a variety of supportive services and training opportunities to its members to enrich their skill sets with the goal of providing quality services to the community.


Thank you for choosing the Day Worker Center of Santa Cruz County, it is our commitment to our employers and our day worker community to facilitate an easy and dignified hiring process. Please review, sign, and submit this Day Worker Regulations and Guidelines form along with the Employer Contact Work Order Request Form so that our Center can facilitate your job match with an employer.



A. FEDERAL Taxes: Employers are not required to report or withhold federal taxes for their employees unless they pay any employee wages of $1,400.00 or more per year, or $1,000 or more in any three-month period.

B. State Taxes (CA). Employers are not required to report wages to the State of California unless you pay more than $750 to an employee in any three-month period.
A. Homeowners or occupants who employ a day worker at their residence are required to maintain workers compensation insurance if they employ a worker for either more than 52 hours in a 90-day-period OR pay more than $100 to the employee in that period. Homeowners can usually add a worker’s comp rider to their homeowner’s policy. Please consult with your homeowner’s insurance company for more information and/or contact the State Compensation Insurance Fund at 1888-782-8338 or visit the following websites: or

B. For employment periods or wages less than the amounts in (A) noted above, most homeowner’s policies include liability coverage which would cover workers hired for short periods of time. If you are unsure about the coverage in your homeowner’s insurance policy, please review your policy or consult with your homeowner’s insurance company for more information.

C. In addition to connecting with your insurance company, as a courtesy, we request that you please inform the Day Worker Center if any injuries occur as soon as possible at our office number: (831) 475.9675.

In addition to these legal obligations, we reiterate the following:

I acknowledge that I have reviewed and understand the policies and guidelines within this document. I agree to abide by the guidelines and responsibilities to ensure my participation in the job match services facilitated by the Day Worker Center.

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