New Hire Paperwork: Washington
Author: Melissa A. Silver, XpertHR Legal Editor
- Seattle requires employers covered under its Paid Sick and Safe Leave Law to notify employees of their rights under the law. See Seattle Paid Sick and Safe Leave Notice.
- Employers must provide written employment information to nonexempt employees working in Seattle at time of hire and before any change to such employment information, or as soon as practicable for retroactive changes to such employment information. See Seattle Wage Theft Notice.
- Tacoma requires covered employers to provide notice to new hires of their rights under its paid sick leave ordinance. See Tacoma Paid Sick Leave Notice.