Access key resources that help private employers in Washington stay apprised of HR and employment law developments, obtain insights on how the developments compare to related Federal requirements, and customize tools to comply with state and municipal requirements. All are available to XpertHR subscribers; explore them here! You may wish to start with the following state-specific resources:
You can access the full Washington Employment Law Manual (over 40 state-specific reference resources) and Employee Handbook templates (over 20 state-specific handbook policy templates) below, as well as view key state and municipal deadlines, additional state-specific resources and links to key municipal coverage.
Updated to reflect final regulations, and a change in the first quarterly remittance and reporting due date, for paid family and medical leave premiums.
Enhanced to improve the comprehensiveness, organization and scope of coverage.
Updated to reflect an administrative policy from the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries regarding the tip credit, effective March 6, 2019.
The Washington Supreme Court has ruled that an employer is directly liable when one of its employees sexually harasses a member of the public, even if the employer neither knew nor should have known of the conduct.
Updated to reflect amended electronic reporting requirements as a result of OSHA's final rule, issued January 24, 2019.
In-depth review of the spectrum of Washington employment law requirements HR must follow in respect to taxation of employee compensation.
Washington employers seeking to emphasize compliance with, and educate their workforces about this law, should include this model policy statement in their handbook.
A round-up of the comprehensive state coverage XpertHR offers to help Washington employers ensure they are compliant with state HR and employment laws.