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Sep 18 2019

Recorded Webinar: Washington Paid Family & Medical Leave

WHAT EMPLOYERS NEED TO KNOW Starting on January 1, 2020, your employees will be able to apply for Washington Paid Family and Medical Leave benefits. Are you ready? If not, you’re not alone. The law created a lot questions. And, the rules released by the Employment Security Department don’t answer them all. Vigilant…

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Aug 06 2019
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Webinar: Oregon Legislative Update 9/12/19 - Register now!

  WHAT EMPLOYERS NEED TO KNOW Thursday, September 12, 2019 10-11 a.m. Pacific / 1-2 p.m. Eastern   Oregon employers are facing a wave of new state employment laws after the 2019 Legislative Session. Many are still trying to figure out how to sort through all the new rules, and asking questions such as: What changes do we…

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Mar 13 2019

WEBINAR: Pay Equity 3-13-19

Pay equity laws and regulations are changing so rapidly they’ve left even the most sophisticated HR professionals, in-house attorneys, and employers struggling to understand the existing requirements and find ways to mitigate their risk. To add to the complexity, some employers have considered conducting a pay equity analysis, but want to know…

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Aug 03 2017
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Washington Paid Sick Leave webinar: 9/21/17

Have you heard about Washington’s new paid sick leave law that goes into effect January 1, 2018, and wondered how it might affect you and your business? More importantly, have you figured out what the requirements of the law are and how to smoothly transition your policies and practices to comply? During our…

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Apr 28 2017
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WEBINAR: 5/23 Affirmative Action Compliance in Uncertain Times

What will happen to affirmative action under the Trump administration? With all of the political turmoil in the news, employers with federal contracts and subcontracts are wondering what to expect from the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP).

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