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Silenced No More Laws - Employers Should Know What Not to Say

USA - September 9 2022 In the wake of the #MeToo movement, many West Coast states passed laws that encouraged employees to freely discuss workplace sexual harassment and…

Shirley S. Lou-Magnuson, Heather St.Clair

Navigating Workplace Conversations After Dobbs: What Should Employers Do?

USA - September 1 2022 As we head towards mid-term elections, the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision overturning Roe v. Wade’s constitutional right to an abortion has become a…

Washington Employers Will Be Obligated to Disclose Salary, Wage, and Benefits Information for All Job Postings

USA - April 21 2022 What the New Law Requires: Washington’s Equal Pay and Opportunities Act has been amended again, placing another disclosure and compliance obligation…

Beth G. Joffe, Shirley S. Lou-Magnuson

Employer Alert: Are You Ready to Return Your Workers to the City of Seattle?

USA - March 10 2022 Businesses preparing to bring remote workers back to the City of Seattle should take time to ensure their employment practices comply with both state…

Hannah A. Ard

Federal #MeToo Law Should Cause Employers to Rethink Mandatory Arbitration Agreements

USA - March 4 2022 Many employers have adopted arbitration agreements to limit costly employment litigation, potential runaway juries, and workplace disputes that…

Courtney McFate