These new business-related laws were passed by the Washington State Legislature and went into effect on January 1, 2022.
Some employment roles have value beyond wages. An employment offer that overpromises or is not well-drafted can be just as risky, if not more so, than having no employment offer at all.
Fundamentally changing an at-will employee's job duties after employment begins may result in a claim for breach of contract.
An agreement to arbitrate requires that the parties actually agree to arbitration.
All small business owners, even those without employees, should understand Washington's workers' compensation reimbursement rights.
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