También puede completar este formulario para comenzar nuestro proceso de admisión por posibles violaciones a las leyes de divulgación salarial. Una vez completado, por favor envíe un correo electrónico con cualquier documento de apoyo a kendra@emeryreddy.com. Los cambios recientes en la Le...
In the spring of 2019, state legislators overhauled Washington’s non-compete law, which up until then gave employers the power to restrict when and where their former employees could work. The revamped Non-Compete Act, which went into effect on January 1, 2020, outlaws unfair non-compete agree...
The Seattle City Council approved an ordinance that includes caste as a protected class against workplace discrimination, alongside categories such as race, religion, gender identity, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, or veteran status. This effectively prohibits caste discrimina...
Worker's Rights In Washington State As a Washington employee, you are entitled to worker's rights: several protections and benefits under State and Federal laws. Everyone deserves to be paid fairly, work free of discrimination and harassment, and perform their job in a safe work environment. Unfo...
You can also fill out this form to begin our intake process for potential salary disclosure law violations. Once filled out, please email with any supporting documents to kendra@emeryreddy.com. Recent changes to the Washington Equal Pay and Opportunities Act (EPOA) now require employers with mo...
The steady stream of state and federal safety guidelines to halt the spread of coronavirus is leading to the renegotiation of the employee-employer relationship. Essential Vs. Nonessential Employees Workers deemed “essential”—such as first responders, delivery drivers, and grocery store ...
It should come as no surprise that harassment and discrimination in the workplace are illegal. But reporting the unwanted treatment, let alone hiring a lawyer to fight back, can be emotionally exhausting and puts your career at risk. In the worst-case scenario, a superior who’s harassing or disc...
Workers in Washington state are set to benefit from a range of new laws in 2020. From nation-leading minimum wages and overtime benefits to unprecedented restrictions on noncompete agreements, Washington is in many ways a great place to be employed. But as many of those new worker protection la...
Employers and business leaders constantly complain about the gap between what students learn in college and what they need to know in order to succeed in the workplace. This is especially concerning when we take into account the large—and always-growing—number of people who earn college de...
Workplace wellness programs that provide tempting incentives to employees who volunteer for optional health screenings, commit to exercise regimens, or improve their cholesterol levels have been contentious for some time now. But starting in January 2019, they may become even more controversial. ...