After nearly three years, Governor Inslee's COVID-19 Emergency Declaration will end on October 31, 2022.
Washington's Pay Transparency Law requires employers to disclose wage scales or salary ranges and benefit information, in each and every "posting" for a job opening. Here's what you need to know.
Seattle's Independent Contractor Protections Ordinance went into effect on September 1. This article explains what qualified employers must provide independent contractors.
House Bill 1795, or the "Silenced No More Act," prevents an employer and employee from agreeing to refrain from discussing conduct that the employee reasonably believed to be illegal discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wage and hour violation, or sexual assault.
As of March 12, state law will no longer require face masks in most settings. Restrictions will be lifted in the following types of venues – though individual venues, stores, school districts, and other entities remain able to set more strict requirements.
On January 13, 2022, the Supreme Court stayed implementation of OSHA's Emergency Temporary Standards (ETS) requiring employee vaccination or weekly testing at businesses with at least 100 employees.