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EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYEES  EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYEES RSS Feed
               (See also DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES, PERSONS WITH; DISABILITIES, PERSONS WITH; LABOR; PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYEES; RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS; UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION; WAGES AND HOURS; WORKERS' COMPENSATION)
Agricultural employees, vanpool programs for, allowing nonprofits and certain transit providers to provide: HB 2604, SHB 2604
Applications for employment, prohibiting employers from asking about or using nonconviction information: HB 2545
Asbestos abatement projects, employee respirator requirements: HB 1110
Breastfeeding-friendly Washington designation, creating to recognize certain workplaces: HB 2329
Court records, nonconviction, removing from public access to remove employment and housing barriers: HB 1497, SB 5341
Customized employment training program, modifying provisions and adding expiration date: SB 5783
Discrimination against employees, protections for employees: HB 2333, SHB 2333, 2SHB 2333
Employee fair classification act, improving compliance with wage-related laws: HB 1440, SHB 1440, 2SHB 1440, HB 2334, SB 5526
Employer responsibility for medical assistance costs of employees act of 2014: HB 2588
Employment laws and contracts, local, preemption by state of Washington: HB 2591, SB 6307
Expenses, work-related, employer reimbursement of employees: HB 2230
Expenses, work-related, employer reimbursement of employees for required cell phone and cell phone plan: SHB 2230
Family and medical leave insurance program, implementing by amending provisions of family leave insurance program: HB 1457, SHB 1457, SB 5292
Family leave insurance program, delaying implementation until funding and benefits payment authorized in law: * HB 2044, CH 26 (2013)
Family leave insurance program, establishing joint legislative task force on family and medical leave insurance: ESB 5903
Family leave insurance program, repealing family and medical leave insurance act: SB 5159
Family leave insurance program, repealing family and medical leave insurance act if not funded: ESB 5903
Health care facility employees, mandatory overtime provisions: HB 1153
Health care facility employees, meal and rest break requirements: HB 1152
Homeless persons, homeless status certification pilot program to facilitate access to employment, establishment: SHB 2415
Homeless persons, temporary homeless status certification to facilitate access to employment, creation by department: HB 2415
Horse racing employees, grooms, industrial insurance premium assessment for, payment: * HB 1469, CH 80 (2013), SB 5363
Industrial safety and health act, increasing employee protections under: EHB 1891
Janitorial services, commercial, workload and safety standards, reporting concerning: SHB 2477
Janitorial services, commercial, workload standards and a health and safety training program, establishment: HB 2477
Leave, paid sick and safe leave, establishing minimum standards: HB 1313, ESHB 1313, SB 5594
Leave, paid sick and safe leave, geographic limitations on local leave programs: HB 1781, ESB 5726
Leave, paid sick and safe leave, state preemption of local leave regulation: HB 1780, SB 5728
Leave, paid vacation leave: HB 2238
Legislators, state, job leave provision for legislative service, requirements: HB 2473
Liens against property of employer by employee, provisions of employee fair classification act: HB 1440, SHB 1440, 2SHB 1440, SB 5526
Minors, work permits for employing, master application procedures: * SB 5056, CH 156 (2013)
New employees, training wages for, authorizing: HB 2614
Political and religious views of employers, prohibiting required employee meeting attendance or responses to communications: HB 2031
Retaliation against employees, protections for employees: HB 2333, SHB 2333, 2SHB 2333
Retaliation, protecting employees from, for conduct promoting public policy: HB 2710, SB 5839
Right to work, prohibiting denial or abridging of employment based on labor union membership or nonmembership: SB 5935
Social networking, accounts and profiles, prohibiting employer demand that employee provide information or access: SB 5211
Social networking, accounts, prohibiting employer demand that employee provide information or access: * SSB 5211, CH 330 (2013)
Tipped employees, requiring minimum wage for employees age eighteen and older and study group to assess effectiveness: HB 1346
Tow truck operators, lunch breaks: HB 1611
Underground economy, improving employer compliance with wage-related laws: HB 1440, SHB 1440, 2SHB 1440, HB 2334, SB 5526
Unions, collecting or demanding fee from nonmember, prohibiting: SB 5935
Unions, information concerning union membership and dues rights, placement in workplace posters: HB 1461
Unions, prohibiting denial or abridging of employment based on labor union membership or nonmembership: SB 5935
Wage-related laws, employer compliance with, improving: HB 1440, SHB 1440, 2SHB 1440, HB 2333, SHB 2333, 2SHB 2333, HB 2334, SB 5526
Working families' tax exemption for eligible low-income persons, for certain sales taxes paid, modifying provisions: HB 1890