Washington Small Business Laws|2019-2020 Changes|Infographic
September 30, 2019
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What Small Business Owners Need to Know – Downloadable Infographic
By Stacia Hofmann
Business owners and employers: are you adapting to the new Washington laws that recently went into effect – or will in the new year? Below, you’ll find an infographic to help small businesses navigate through six legal changes in 2019 – 2020. New mandatory arbitration limits. Additional wrongful death beneficiaries. Restrictions on non-compete agreements. Direct employer liability for certain types of employee discrimination. Statewide paid family and medical leave. Equal pay and opportunity in salaries and wages.
Fourth quarter 2019 is an excellent time to perform an assessment and make sure your business is prepared for the current wave of legal changes affecting Washington businesses. Download the infographic in high resolution PDF here!
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