Seattle Labor Law Poster

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About the Seattle WA City Poster:
  • Includes mandatory Seattle WA posting requirements
  • Choose poster only or FREE automatic updates for 1 year
  • Choose laminated for durability or environment-friendly unlaminated Go Green
  • Seattle WA City Poster measures 18" wide by 24" high

Minimum Wage (Jan 2018)

  • For large employers (501 or more employees) who don’t contribute to their employees’ medical benefits, the minimum wage is $15.45 per hour effective January 1, 2018.
  • For large employers (501 or more employees) who do contribute to their employees’ medical benefits, the minimum wage is $15.00 per hour effective January 1, 2018.
  • For small employers (500 or fewer employees) who don’t contribute at least $2.50 per hour toward employees’ medical benefits and/or whose employees don’t earn at least $2.50 per hour in tips, the minimum wage is $14.00 per hour effective January 1, 2018.
  • For small employers (500 or fewer employees) who do contribute at least $2.50 per hour toward employees’ medical benefits and/or whose employees do earn at least $2.50 per hour in tips, the minimum wage is $11.50 per hour effective January 1, 2018.

Wage Theft (Jan 2018)

  • Employers must now pay service charges (unless listed on receipt or menu as not payable to employees serving customers).

Paid Sick & Safe Time (Jan 2018)

  • Paid leave may be used to care for a child, parent, spouse, registered domestic partner, grandparent, grandchild, sibling, or household member.

 

Other changes in the past 12 months:
Minimum Wage - Jan 2017

 

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Seattle WA Mandatory Labor Law Poster

  • Minimum Wage rates effective Jan. 1, 2018:
    • For employers with 501 or more employees who don’t contribute to employees’ medical benefits, increases to $15.45 per hour
    • For employers with 501 or more employees who do contribute to employees’ medical benefits, increases to $15.00 per hour
    • For employers with 500 or fewer employees who don’t contribute at least $2.50 per hour toward employees’ medical benefits and/or whose employees don’t earn at least $2.50 per hour in tips, increases to $14.00 per hour
    • For employers with 500 or fewer employees who do contribute at least $2.50 per hour toward employees’ medical benefits and/or whose employees do earn at least $2.50 per hour in tips, increases to $11.50 per hour
  • Wage Theft
  • Paid Sick & Safe Time
  • Fair Chance Employment

 

Mandatory Washington and Federal Labor Law Posters

 

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