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Get Ready for June 7, 2018: New Washington Laws Address the #MeToo Movement

USA - May 22 2018 Washington State recently passed several employment-related laws that take effect on June 7, 2018. These laws: Void nondisclosure agreements that…

Katharine M. Tylee Herz, Ryan C. Hess, Mary R. Sanden

Update on Washington State Paid Sick Leave, Effective January 1, 2018

USA - October 25 2017 Beginning January 1, 2018, all employers in Washington State must provide non-exempt employees with paid sick leave under a new state law, Initiative…

Gillian Murphy, Paula C. Simon

March 1 Is Rapidly Approaching: Deadline to Notify Your Washington State Employees of Paid Sick Leave Law

USA - February 23 2018 On January 1, 2018, the Washington State Paid Sick Leave (“PSL”) law went into effect, requiring that all Washington employers provide PSL to…

Katharine M. Tylee Herz, Gillian Murphy, Paula C. Simon

"Washington and Oregon Leave Programs," Davis Wright Tremaine Webinar

USA - June 29 2022 In this webinar, DWT partners provided an overview of Washington's Paid Family and Medical Leave (PFML) program, Oregon's Paid Family Medical Leave…

Katharine M. Tylee Herz, Lindsey Krause, Gillian Murphy, Christie S. Totten

WA Notify COVID-19 Exposure Tracking Tool Poses Privacy and Implementation Considerations for Employers

USA - January 6 2021 Washington State has a new COVID-19 exposure-notification smartphone tool, WA Notify. Introduced on Nov. 30 by the Department of Health, University…

Kate Berry