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Tacoma to host information sessions on paid sick leave

Employers will get the chance to learn more about Tacoma's new paid sick leave ordinance at two employer information sessions in October.

September 2015

State to crack down on employee misclassification

Yesterday, the United States Department of Labor awarded Washington $415,935 as part of $10 million in state grants, which will be used to audit employers and identify misclassified employees.

September 2015

Tacoma business owners launch $12 For Tacoma campaign

A pair of small business owners are officially launching a campaign to pass the proposed $12 minimum wage in Tacoma.

September 2015

Unemployment stays steady for third straight month

In August, the unemployment rate in Washington stayed at 5.3 percent for the third month in a row, compared to 6.2 percent in August of 2014.

September 2015

Former employee wins lawsuit against Graham dentistry

A former worker at Graham Family Dentistry and Graham Denture Center was awarded over $500,000 in damages in Pierce County Superior Court yesterday.

August 2015

Mud Bay's move to employee ownership made official

Today, at the company's annual employee "Mudstock" training event, held on the campus of Green River Community College, co-CEOs Lars and Marisa Wulff officially signed off on the ESOP.

August 2015

Report: Workers burned by car wash chemicals

According to a new report released by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industry, car wash workers are getting serious burns from hydrofluoric acids-based products.

August 2015

Tacoma releases new paid sick leave resources

In an email sent out last night, the city announced a paid time off policy checklist, a finalized notice to employers and employees and an online application for a premium pay program.

August 2015

Unemployment rate steady, jobs up in July

In July, the state gained 5,900 new non farm jobs on a seasonally adjusted basis from the previous month. The unemployment rate remains at 5.3 percent.

August 2015

Minimum wage not so bad in Tacoma?

In Tacoma, minimum wage workers enjoy the 10th best purchasing power in the country, according to a new report put out by smart asset.

August 2015
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