Update on Washington’s Paid Family & Medical Leave Premiums – Premiums, collected from employees and employers through quarterly reporting, fund Washington State’s Paid Leave program.
Potential lawsuits offer reminder of new job-posting law – As described in a recent Seattle Times article, several employers in the state are facing proposed
How will the new cannabis legislation impact your drug-testing program? – Engrossed Senate Bill 5123 speaks directly to the prevention of discrimination on the basis
Update on WSDOT mega-programs, small-business opportunities – 2023 has proven to be a busy year of design and construction for WSDOT’s central Puget Sound megaprograms,
(Sept. 19, 2023) L&I proposes 4.9 percent increase in workers’ comp rates for 2024 – The Washington State Department of Labor & Industries announced today
Significant flaws in nation’s approach to preparing workers for construction careers — 88 percent of construction firms are having a hard time finding workers to
Sept. 4-8 is National Construction Suicide-Prevention Week — Yes, September is Suicide Prevention month, but did you know that, as an industry, construction has the