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               (See also APPRENTICES AND APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS; APPRENTICESHIP AND TRAINING COUNCIL; COLLECTIVE BARGAINING; DISCRIMINATION; EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYEES; LABOR AND INDUSTRIES, DEPARTMENT; PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYEES; PUBLIC WORKS; SEX OFFENSES AND OFFENDERS; WAGES AND HOURS; WORKER TRAINING AND WORKFORCE NEEDS; WORKERS' COMPENSATION)
Abusive work environments, protections for employees against: SB 6435
Agreements, mandatory, in public works bidding and awards, prohibiting: SB 5168
Agricultural/farm products labor, break time/rest period remedial compensation: ESB 5720
Agricultural/farm products labor, production-based safe harbor compensation for: HB 2049
Benefits, various, employer misclassification of employees to avoid costs of: HB 2812
Chavez, Cesar, honoring: * SR 8642 (2017)
Chavez, Cesar, recognizing March thirty-first as Cesar Chavez day: * HB 1939, CH 307 (2018), SB 5913
Communications, between workers about wages/employment, intending to protect: SB 5836
Communications, between workers concerning wages and employment, protecting: HB 1447, EHB 1506, SHB 1506, * 2SHB 1506, CH 116 (2018), SB 5140, SSB 5140, SB 5344
Contracts, employment, with cause of action waiver, void and unenforceable, when: * SSB 6313, CH 120 (2018)
Criminal record, employer prematurely asking applicant about, enforcement: HB 1298, SHB 1298, * 2SHB 1298, CH 38 (2018), SB 5312, ESSB 5312, SB 6110, SSB 6110
Criminal records, employment laws concerning, state preemption of field of: ESSB 5312
Deceased employee, municipal corporation employer indebtedness to, requirements: * SB 6197, CH 57 (2018)
Discrimination, based on citizenship or immigration status, as unfair practice: HB 2030, SB 5803
Domestic violence victims, discrimination protections and safety accommodations: * HB 2661, CH 47 (2018)
Employee reproductive choice act, health care coverage and unfair practices: SB 5760
Faculty in higher education, part-time, addressing issues due to reliance on: SB 6578
Family and medical leave, ombuds office for, establishing: * SSB 5975, CH 5 (2017)
Family and medical leave, paid, insurance program for, creating: * SSB 5975, CH 5 (2017)
Family and medical leave, paid, insurance program for, employee opt-out: SB 5983
Family and medical leave, paid, railroad carrier and employee provisions: HB 2944
Family and medical leave, paid, technical corrections: * HB 2702, CH 141 (2018), SB 6338
Family leave insurance, modifying and adding medical leave to: HB 1116, SHB 1116, SB 5032
Family leave, as paid leave for additional situations, legislative findings: SB 5829
Family leave, paid, benefits for multiple reasons, instituting: SB 5149
Family leave, railroad carrier and employee provisions: SHB 2944
Family leave/insurance, replacing with paid family and medical leave insurance: * SSB 5975, CH 5 (2017)
Farm internship pilot project, adding counties and expiration date: * HB 1906, CH 150 (2017)
Farm internship pilot project, adding Mason county to: SB 6630
Franchisors, not employers of franchisees or franchisee employees: HB 1881
Future of work, task force on, establishing: SB 6544, * SSB 6544, CH 294 (2018)
Gifts from employers to employees, based on marital status, allowing, when: HB 1947
Hazardous substances, worker and community right to know act, provisions: SB 6529
Human trafficking, convictions for prostitution offenses by victims, vacating: HB 1112, SHB 1112, SB 5272, * SSB 5272, CH 128 (2017)
Human trafficking, definitions and statute of limitations: EHB 1078, * SB 5030, CH 231 (2017)
Human trafficking, national slavery and human trafficking prevention month, observing: * HR 4664 (2018), * SR 8694 (2018)
Human trafficking, no-contact orders: HB 1079, * SHB 1079, CH 230 (2017), HB 2466, SHB 2466, SB 5029, SSB 5029
Human trafficking, noncitizen victim U and T certifications: HB 1022, * SHB 1022, CH 86 (2018)
Human trafficking, noncitizen victims and family members, public assistance for: SB 5818
Human trafficking, perpetrator ignorance of victim's age, not a defense: * SB 5813, CH 126 (2017)
Human trafficking, persons fighting against, recognizing: * HR 4664 (2018), * SR 8694 (2018)
Human trafficking, services for child victims of: HB 1791
Human trafficking, state task force against trafficking of persons, duties: * SHB 1988, CH 279 (2017), SSB 5559, 2SSB 5559
Janitors, commercial, safety and health risks, studying: SB 6227
Local laws and contracts, application to unionized and nonunionized employees: HB 1143
Lockout, back pay for, unemployment compensation repayment by employer: HB 1942, SB 5773
Noncompetition agreements, enforceable or unenforceable, when: EHB 1967, HB 2903, SB 6522, SSB 6522, SB 6526
Noncompetition agreements, restraining hourly employee, void and unenforceable: SSB 6526
Noncompetition agreements, voiding, when: HB 2903, SB 5756, SB 6522, SSB 6522, SB 6526, SSB 6526
Pesticides, worker and community right to know act, provisions: SB 6529
Pregnant women, pregnancy and childbirth workplace accommodations: HB 1448, SB 5299, SB 5531, SB 5835, * SSB 5835, CH 294 (2017)
Pregnant women, pregnancy workplace accommodations: HB 1796, ESHB 1796
Railroad employees, operating craft, fatigue layoff programs for, role of carriers: HB 2944, SHB 2944
Railroad employees, safe leave act for Washington railroad workers: HB 2944, SHB 2944
Regional transit authorities, soliciting project bids, labor agreements, prohibitions: SB 5167
Retaliation against employees, protections: SB 6435
Retaliation and discrimination against employees, protections: HB 1301, EHB 1506, SHB 1506, * 2SHB 1506, CH 116 (2018), SSB 5140, SB 5528
Sexual assault/harassment, employee right to file complaint or cause of action: SB 6313
Sexual assault/stalking victims, discrimination protections and safety accommodations: * HB 2661, CH 47 (2018)
Sexual harassment, agency employee claim of, improper use of information from: HB 2778, SHB 2778
Sexual harassment, agency employee claim of, nondisclosure option, employer duty: HB 2778, SHB 2778
Sexual harassment, workplace safety model policies, stakeholder work group, convening: * SB 6471, CH 121 (2018)
Temporary workers, staffing agencies for, employee protections applicable to: HB 2849
Unfair practices, against pro-union employee, tax credit/incentive ineligibility: HB 1941, SB 5774
Unfair practices, complaints, statute of limitations for filing in superior court: HB 2736, * SB 6231, CH 252 (2018)
Unfair practices, discriminating against employee's reproductive decisions: HB 2908, SB 6102, SSB 6102
Unfair practices, employee bargaining rights, employer lack of neutrality: SB 6082
Unfair practices, employee off-duty conduct, certain employer actions due to: SB 5667, SSB 5667
Unfair practices, motor vehicle manufacturer franchise agreement violations: EHB 2439, SB 6137, * ESSB 6137, CH 296 (2018)
Unfair practices, requiring disclosure of employee religious affiliation: * EHB 2097, CH 303 (2018) PV, SB 5828
Unfair practices, requiring sexual assault/harassment nondisclosure: SB 5996, * SSB 5996, CH 117 (2018)
Unfair practices, subjecting employee to abusive work environment: HB 2888, SB 5423
Unions, campaign contributions by, when collectively bargaining with governor: HB 1891, SB 5533, SSB 5533
Unions, campaign contributions by, when collectively bargaining with local agency: SB 5865
Unions, dues and other amounts, covering portion of PERC costs, when: SB 5914
Unions, dues and other amounts, covering portion of public employer costs, when: SB 5914
Unions, fee to be paid by, covering public employer costs with: SSB 5914
Unions, intimidating employee to become member, prohibiting: SB 5692
Unions, public sector, public disclosure of finances: SB 5371
Unions, religious objector rights, nonassociation provisions: HB 1007, SB 5339, SSB 5339
Unions, requiring employee membership or dues/fees payment, prohibiting: SB 5692
Unions, security provisions, dues/fees deduction without written authorization, when: * HB 2751, CH 247 (2018), SB 6296, SSB 6296
Unions, security provisions, prohibiting, exceptions: HB 1006, SB 5692
Unions, state employee, paying fee for PERC funding: SSB 5914
Unions, support or activities, employer action against employee for, consequences: HB 1941, SB 5774
Unions, unfair or deceptive practices by, civil actions against: SB 5174
WISHA violations, appeals reassumed by L&I, time extension for resolving: * HB 1629, CH 13 (2017), SB 5460
WISHA violations, maximum civil penalty, relation to OSHA maximum, when: HB 1953, * SHB 1953, CH 128 (2018), SB 5743
Work, future of, task force on, establishing: SB 6544, * SSB 6544, CH 294 (2018)
Workforce investment act, updating obsolete references to: HB 1363, * SB 5237, CH 39 (2017)