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Hold The Arbitration - Washington Appellate Court Finds Pizza Delivery's Arbitration Policy Unenforceable.
And the employee should be provided with the name of someone to contact with questions about the policy.
United States
3 Jul 2019
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Washington Employment Law 2018 Year In Review
Perhaps the single greatest change in the law for Washington employers was the enactment of not one, but two paid leave laws.
United States
28 Dec 2018
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In Landmark Law, Seattle Might Soon Be the First City To Have Unionized Uber Drivers
Seattle is a city that likes to be friendly to its workers. It was one of the first to implement the $15 minimum wage law, a paid leave law, and even enacted an ordinance protecting hotel workers.
United States
10 Apr 2017
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Showing It Can Embrace Progressive Causes, The City of Spokane, Washington Enacts Its Own Paid Leave Law
Those of us who practice employment law in Washington that the City of Spokane followed the lead of Seattle and other progressive cities in enacting a paid leave law.
United States
28 Feb 2017
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Are Arbitrations As Bad As The New York Times Claims And, If Not, When Can They Be Enforced By Employers In Washington?
The New York Times just ran a series of articles discussing the prevalence of arbitration agreements in America.
United States
14 Dec 2015
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In Recent Disability Discrimination Cases In Washington, Courts Second-Guess Employers' Reasonable Interpretations Of Their Handbooks And Question Their Well-Founded Safety Concerns In Finding Discrimination
It would seem that employers in heavily regulated or safety-conscious industries would have latitude to draft and implement safety-related policies that address legitimate safety concerns and ensure compliance with the law. After all, they are the experts.
United States
7 Oct 2015
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