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Tacoma Ballot Results and What You Need to Know

Along with the required paid sick leave poster, effective February 1, 2016, Tacoma will also have a new minimum wage law as a result of the passage of the City of Tacoma Initiative Measure No. 1B. Under this initiative, the minimum wage increases to $10.35 beginning February 1, 2016 and would later increase to $11.15 effective January 2017, to $12.00 effective January 2018, and there will be future increases that

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Still Talking Tacoma: An Update on Another Potential City Notice

We just recently went over the fresh release of Tacoma’s required Paid Sick Leave poster, effective February 2016, but it looks more than likely that Tacoma will also pass one of two ballot initiatives that will create a city minimum wage. A Tale of Two Ballot Initiatives On November 3, Tacoma voters will have the choice between two different minimum wage ballot initiatives. The first, known as the City of

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New Tacoma Paid Leave Poster Released Early for 2016 Law

The city of Tacoma, Washington released the labor law poster for its brand new paid leave law early, and employers have plenty of time to order the poster before the February 1, 2016 effective date. The Ins and Outs of the New Law The new Tacoma paid leave law applies to all employees working within the geographical boundaries of the city for at least 80 hours in a calendar year. Employers

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How Paid Sick Leave May Affect Your City

If you’re just tuning in, this article will cover city and county paid sick leave laws. If you’re curious about statewide paid sick leave laws, check out our previous article on the topic. A recent trend towards creating paid sick leave laws has taken the country by storm. Cities and counties across the US are passing their own paid sick leave laws in an effort to create more change on

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Information About the Future Tacoma Washington Paid Sick Leave Labor Law Poster

On January 27, 2015, the Tacoma WA City Council approved a paid sick leave ordinance that covers most workers in the city. This new city labor law includes a required employment poster. An Overview The new Tacoma paid sick leave law will take effect on February 1, 2016, and covers any employee working at least 80 hours in a calendar year within the city. All employees, full-time, part-time, and temporary,

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