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Washington State

Hey Compliance Warriors! The state of Washington is taking action against gender inequality. It may take a little time to implement, but the results will be well worth it. For more information on the implementation strategy, Read on… Article Via: shearman.com “Pursuant to the recently-amended Washington Business Corporation Act (WBCA), effective June 11, 2020, corporations […]

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Hey Compliance Warriors! Rapidly changing rules and regulations for the Coronavuris pandemic are leading to new guidance daily. This, in particular, is for businesses around Seattle. Being a major coastal metropolis, additional screening is highly recommended. Read on…   Article Via: dwt.com “The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) today issued new guidance for businesses in King, […]

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Hey Compliance Warriors! Washington state is considering adding to the Comprehensive Data Privacy Act to protect personal information as well. Read on for the details on this…

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Hey Compliance Warriors! Washingtons new paid family medical leave goes into effect January 1st 2019. Here’s information you need to know about it. Read on…

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Hey Compliance Warriors! The Domestic Worker Ordinance was signed into law by Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan on July 27th, 2018 and will take effect July 1st, 2019. Read on for the details on this ordinance…

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Hey Compliance Warriors! Paid sick leave in Seattle laws have changed. The changes will take effect on January 1st, 2018. Read on…

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Hey Compliance Warriors! Breaking news coming out of Spokane City approving the “Ban-The-Box” ordinance. Meaning job applicants will no long be required to disclose former criminal history until after an interview. Read on for more on this… Article via https://www.disabilityleavelaw.com “Mayor David Condon has until December 14, 2017 to sign or veto the ordinance. If passed, […]

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Hey Compliance Warriors! Predictive or fair scheduling laws have become the norm on the West Coast in cities like Emeryville, California; San Francisco, California; San Jose, California; Seattle, Washington; and the whole state of Oregon. New York City has also adopted fair scheduling requirements. In this podcast, Littler attorney Deidra A. Nguyen provides a 12-minute […]

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Did you announce new classifications and pay increases that you now want to take back? If so, you are not alone. But, what now?

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