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Weekly Update: Joint Employer Legislation & Tip Pooling Updates

House Introduces Joint Employer Legislation After months of working closely with key members of Congress, this morning the Save Local Business Act was introduced to correct the damaging impact that

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Labor Department Indicates It Will Rescind Tip-Pooling Restrictions

The U.S. Department of Labor has signaled its plan to rescind its controversial tip-pooling restrictions at least as it applies in states like Washington where tips cannot be used to

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Weekly Update: Tip Pooling Changes on the Horizon

Tip Pooling Changes on the Horizon – New Deadlines Today, the U.S. Department of Labor announced it intends to issue a “Notice of Proposed Rulemaking” (NPRM) in August. The NPRM would

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Tip Pooling Changes on the Horizon – new deadlines

Today, the U.S. Department of Labor announced it intends to issue a “Notice of Proposed Rulemaking” (NPRM) in August. The NPRM would rescind controversial tip-pooling restrictions which should come as a

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Weekly Update: Paid Leave Legislation

Paid Leave Legislation: Video Update After many months of thoughtful strategic planning by Democrats, Republicans, businesses and labor, we believe the Legislature will act on paid family leave before the

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Weekly Update: Tip Pooling Deadline Extended

Tip Pooling Deadline Extended for Up to Two Months The National Restaurant Association is filing a petition with the U.S. Supreme Court against the Department of Labor’s restrictions on tip

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Tip Pooling

On July 20, 2017, the U.S. Department of Labor announced it intends to issue a “Notice of Proposed Rulemaking” (NPRM) in August. The NPRM would rescind controversial tip-pooling restrictions which should

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Weekly Update: FDA Extends Menu Labeling Deadline

FDA Extends Menu Labeling Deadline to May 5, 2017 The U.S. Food and Drug Administration  announced  on Tuesday that the compliance date for the federal government’s menu labeling regulation is

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Weekly Update: Tip Pooling Update

Tip Pooling Update The U.S. Supreme Court has granted the National Restaurant Association time to put together a petition to rehear the tip pooling lawsuit, which restaurants lost in the

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Weekly Update: Overtime Rule Blocked in Federal Court

Overtime Rule Blocked in Federal Court: Will Not Take Effect Dec. 1 Employers received something to be thankful for this holiday in the form of yesterday’s ruling from the federal

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Weekly Update: Washington Hospitality Association Partners with DSHS to Create More Than 65 New Jobs

On Oct. 6, the Washington Hospitality Association hosted a hiring event in Seattle. In partnership with the Department of Health and Social Services (DSHS) Employment Pipeline Region 2 and Motif, Washington Hospitality was able to provide community members with valuable employment opportunities.

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Weekly Update: Washington Hospitality Association Partners with DSHS for Hiring Event

When the Washington Hospitality Association did its biennial membership survey, we heard over and over about the difficulty of finding the right people to hire. We invest in people more than any other part of our business.

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Weekly Update: Seattle City Council Enacts Restrictive Scheduling

On Monday, the Seattle City Council passed the Secure Scheduling Ordinance, 9-0. Full-service restaurants are included in the legislation if they have 40 locations and 500 employees. Everyone else, including