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Washington Truck Drivers Not Entitled to Separate Hourly Pay for Non-Piece-Rate Work
By Joy Sturgis - Posted October 15, 2019 - Categories: Workforce News
WA Supreme Court recently held that the WA Minimum Wage Act does not require non-agricultural employers to pay their piece-rate employees a separate per-hour wage for time spent performing non-piece-rate work.
Leadership and the Triangle of Resentment
By Holly Eckert-Lewis - Posted September 24, 2019 - Categories: Workforce News
Think about the team of people who report to you. They probably have varying levels of experience and skills as well as differing personalities.
Back to School: Employment of Minors Subject to Reduced Hours of Work
By Terry Briscoe - Posted September 12, 2019 - Categories: Workforce News
Under state and federal law, minors (age 14-17) may only work limited hours, and those hours are reduced during the school year.
HR FAQ: Do we have to transfer calls from collection agencies?
By Archbright - Posted August 27, 2019 - Categories: HR FAQ
This is disruptive to our workplace and, in general, we do not transfer calls unless it is an emergency or business-related. Are we obligated to transfer the call?
Pay Equity Law Expands Once Again for Washington Employers
By Ami De Celle - Posted July 09, 2019 - Categories: Workforce News
The EPOA originally went into effect on July 28, 2018 and significantly expanded Washington’s existing gender pay law for the first time since its enactment in 1943.
HR FAQ: Do we have to honor employees medical requests?
By Archbright - Posted June 17, 2019 - Categories: HR FAQ
Question: We have an employee that has a medical condition that he says may, on rare occasions, cause him to lose consciousness.
Human Resources Training for the New HR Professional
By Shannon Kavanaugh - Posted June 06, 2019 - Categories: Workforce News
Prepping your HR Newbies for a career in HR! Many of us in HR did not start our career with an HR degree. In fact, I’d venture to say most of us are ‘accidental’ HR Pros.
Helping Employees Balance Their Work, Family, and Personal Life
By Archbright - Posted May 30, 2019 - Categories:
Recent studies show what all of us in HR have known for years—that helping employees handle their personal stress decreases absenteeism, boosts productivity, and increases employee engagement.
Repayment of signing bonuses?
By Archbright - Posted May 17, 2019 - Categories: HR FAQ
We want to start giving out signing bonuses to attract talented candidates to our organization in this highly competitive marketplace. However, we are worried that some may leave before a year is up and we will be shortchanged.
Can we force an employee to visit a physician after a work place injury?
By Archbright - Posted May 06, 2019 - Categories: HR FAQ
Question: We have an employee who is refusing to go see a physician after a work place injury. Can we force them to go?
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