Updated to reflect new hire notice requirements under the Seattle Secure Scheduling Ordinance.
Updated to reflect a legal development regarding the right of taxicab and for-hire drivers to unionize in Seattle.
The Seattle Office of Labor Standards (OLS) has proposed revisions to the city's minimum wage rules intended to reflect a 2015 wage theft ordinance, a ballot initiative increasing the statewide minimum wage and other developments.
Revised guidance to clarify that when leave is provided, it must be provided equally to men, women, adoptive parents and biological parents.
Handbook statements have been added to the Vermont and Washington employee handbooks as a result of paid sick and safe leave laws, effective January 1, 2017.
Updated to reflect information on case law regarding mandatory arbitration under USERRA.
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