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Washington Lawmakers Aim to Stop Workplace Sexual Harassment and Close Gender Pay Gaps

In the wake of the #MeToo movement, Washington state's legislature has adopted sweeping reforms to state laws against discrimination and created a work group to develop model sexual harassment policies and best practices....more

Washington Paid Sick Leave Update: Top 10 Things Every Washington Employer Needs to Know Now

The Washington State Department of Labor and Industries has now published final regulations implementing Initiative 1433 — the new statewide paid sick leave law passed by the voters in November 2016. These regulations have...more

What Employers Should Do Now to Comply With the Oregon Equal Pay Act of 2017

Equal Pay Act Overview - Oregon Governor Kate Brown recently signed the Oregon Equal Pay Act of 2017 into law. Although Oregon law already prohibited gender discrimination in the payment of wages (e.g. paying men more than...more

What Employers Need to Know About Washington’s New Paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance Law

On Wednesday, July 5, Governor Inslee signed a Paid Family and Medical Leave law with strong bipartisan support. The new state law, one of the most expansive in the country, provides for a total of up to 18 weeks of paid...more

Seattle Secure Scheduling Ordinance Checklist - What You Need to Know

Final rules for the Seattle Secure Scheduling Ordinance were published on April 13 by the City of Seattle’s Office of Labor Standards (OLS). Although the Scheduling Ordinance and Final Rules will dramatically change how...more

Ten Things You Must Know About the Seattle Secure Scheduling Ordinance

The City of Seattle is gearing up for the Secure Scheduling Ordinance to take effect in July. Proposed rules have been issued and public comments are due today. Lane Powell has identified below the top 10 things that...more

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