WASHINGTON STATE PAID SICK LEAVE ACT 2018
The new Washington State Sick Leave Act comes into effect on January 1, 2018 and there have been many questions concerning this new law. The Dept. of Labor & Industries has provided information on their web site, which will provide answers for both employees and employers.Paused
FEBRUARY, RETIREE BREAKFAST
OUR GUESTS THIS MONTH WERE:
Don Trail, Art Hunter, Skip Elgin, Ken Werst, Ike Steele, Dave Davis, Don Snider, Ron Mitchell, Sr., Ron Strait, Karl Newell, Dan Reisch, Jim Legard, Joe Legard, Larry Farichild, Lane Carrier, Cloyd Bowers, Garry Bellon and Verl Goodwin.
JOIN THE CLUB NEXT MONTH - MARCH 2nd @ 9:00 a.m.
KEEP UPDATED ON THE LATEST NEWS THAT AFFECTS ORGANIZED LABOR
The Washington State Labor Council has an online newspaper that is very informative and full of information that affects the working class people of our state and nation.
HELP PROTECT YOUR FAMILY The IBEW has joined the National Child ID Program to help protect our children. Every year over 800,000 children go missing in the US and another 50,000 in Canada. Child ID kits are available at the hall and union meetings. You can fingerprint your child, and in case of an emergency, turn it over to authorities to help in locating a missing child.
DOWNLOAD THE UNION LABEL APP
Download the app and have easy access to see which products and services are union made and union performed. Find the app at Apple's App Store or on Google Play in the Android Store. Solidarity works. Get the Union Label app and show your solidarity in the marketplace.