Remote Worker Reimbursement
Several states, the District of Columbia, and the city of Seattle have laws requiring organizations to provide their employees with reimbursement for any “necessary work-related expenses.”
HR Fast Facts: How does Washington State Calculate Rates for Workers’ Compensation Claims?
n Washington State, a company's Worker's Compensation Composite rate (also known as the Premium or Hourly Rate) calculated using four separate base rates assigned to the company based on their risk class.
HR Fast Facts: Filing for a Business License in Washington State
Companies who pay employees in Washington State must file for a business license in WA and register online to receive the necessary tax account and ID numbers and tax rates.
Risk Class for Workers’ Compensation Insurance in Washington
Learn about Washington state's risk class codes for workers' compensation here.
Washington State Payroll Tax and Registration Guide
Access information about Washington payroll tax registration here.
How to Ensure Your Pay Practices Are in Compliance With Pay Disclosure Laws
Find out what your company needs to know about pay transparency and complying with pay disclosure mandates.
What Employers and HR Leaders in Oregon and WA need to know about the new FMLA programs
In a rare move, the Oregon and Washington state agencies that oversee each state’s paid family and medical leave programs have issued joint guidance on how to make the employer contribution for family leave when more than one state is involved.
The Definitive List of City and State Leave Laws
Providing workers with time off from work to care for themselves and family members during times of illness was a high priority for many of the state legislatures before the advent of the coronavirus.
What Seattle’s Minimum Wage Law For Gig Workers Means For Employers
Studies reveal that 14% of gig workers earned less than the federal minimum wage, and 29% earned less than the state minimum wage.
New Overtime Rules for Washington and Pennsylvania in 2021
Washington and Pennsylvania have introduced new overtime rules going into 2021. Here’s what you need to know.