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December 26, 2019 Washington Paid Family and Medical Leave
The Washington Paid Family and Medical Leave poster has been released by the Washington Employment Security Department.  The new law creates the Family and Medical Leave Program which generally provides employees with up to 12 weeks of paid leave to bond with a new child, recover from an illness or injury, care for a sick or injured family member and for certain military-related events. This posting appears on the Washington Combination Poster. Order Updated Poster >
August 14, 2019 Washington Domestic Violence Resources
The Washington Domestic Violence Resources poster has been released by the Washington Employment Security Department. A new law requires employers to display a poster regarding domestic violence and that also provides information on community resources regarding domestic violence. This posting appears on the Washington Combination Poster. Order Updated Poster >
July 30, 2019 Washington Unemployment Insurance
The Washington Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated to reflect additional requirements for filing an unemployment insurance claim and how to file online and by phone. This posting appears on the Washington Combination Poster. Order Updated Poster >
May 23, 2019 Washington Rights as a Worker
The Washington Rights as a Worker poster has been updated with information about the new Paid Family and Medical Leave program.  Beginning in 2020, it will allow most employees to receive up to 12 weeks of paid leave for bonding after the birth or placement of a child, an employee’s serious health condition, a serious health condition of a qualifying family member and certain military events.  The poster was also updated with information about the new Equal Pay Opportunity Act.  The law prohibits employers from providing unequal pay or career advancement opportunities based on gender. Order Updated Poster >
November 17, 2020 Washington Rights As A Worker
The Washington Rights As A Worker poster has been updated to reflect a clarification to the Equal Pay and Opportunities Act. The Washington State Department of Labor and Industries clarified that under the Equal Pay and Opportunities Act, employers are prohibited from requesting a job applicant’s wage or salary history, except under certain circumstances. Order Updated Poster >
December 2, 2020 Washington Paid Family and Medical Leave
The Washington Paid Family and Medical Leave poster has been updated to reflect an increase to the cap of weekly benefits by the Washington Employment Security Department.  The maximum allowed for weekly benefits increased from $1,000 to $1,206. Order Updated Poster >

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