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Paid Family and Medical Leave staff are hard at work educating Washingtonians about the program. If your business, organization or group would like someone from the program to present at your upcoming meeting or event, please complete and submit our presentation request form

Employer Webinar: General Overview


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Online Webinar

Washington will be the 5th state to offer paid family and medical leave benefits starting in 2020, but employers have action to take in 2019.  Learn how your business can implement this mandatory program in this free presentation by the Washington State Employment Security Department.

Meeting information will be shared with attendees the morning of the event.

You must register for this event to receive meeting information. Click Here To Register

Online Webinar

Employer Webinar - General Overview & Update


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Online Webinar

Washington will be the 5th state to offer paid family and medical leave benefits starting in 2020, but employers have action to take in 2019.  Learn how your business can implement this mandatory program in this free presentation by the Washington State Employment Security Department.

Meeting information will be shared with attendees the morning of the event. This webinar will include new information as of March 2019.

You must register for this event to receive meeting information. Click Here To Register

Online Webinar

Employer Webinar - General Overview & Update


to

Online Webinar

Washington will be the 5th state to offer paid family and medical leave benefits starting in 2020, but employers have action to take in 2019.  Learn how your business can implement this mandatory program in this free presentation by the Washington State Employment Security Department.

Meeting information will be shared with attendees the morning of the event. This webinar will include new information as of March 2019.

You must register for this event to receive meeting information. Click Here To Register

Online Webinar

March Advisory Committee Meeting


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Employment Security Department

The Paid Family and Medical Leave Advisory Committee consists of eight voting members, four representing employees and four representing employers. An ESD representative and the ombuds are ex officio members. The committee may comment on rules, policies, and other specified matters and study issues as the committee determines. All meetings are open to the public. 

Employment Security Department
212 Maple Park Ave
Olympia, Washington

Employer Webinar - General Overview & Update


to

Online Webinar

Washington will be the 5th state to offer paid family and medical leave benefits starting in 2020, but employers have action to take in 2019.  Learn how your business can implement this mandatory program in this free presentation by the Washington State Employment Security Department.

Meeting information will be shared with attendees the morning of the event. This webinar will include new information as of March 2019.

You must register for this event to receive meeting information. Click Here To Register

Online Webinar

Employer Webinar - General Overview & Update


to

Online Webinar

Washington will be the 5th state to offer paid family and medical leave benefits starting in 2020, but employers have action to take in 2019.  Learn how your business can implement this mandatory program in this free presentation by the Washington State Employment Security Department.

Meeting information will be shared with attendees the morning of the event. This webinar will include new information as of March 2019.

You must register for this event to receive meeting information. Click Here To Register

Online Webinar

Employer Webinar - General Overview & Update


to

Online Webinar

Washington will be the 5th state to offer paid family and medical leave benefits starting in 2020, but employers have action to take in 2019.  Learn how your business can implement this mandatory program in this free presentation by the Washington State Employment Security Department.

Meeting information will be shared with attendees the morning of the event. This webinar will include new information as of March 2019.

You must register for this event to receive meeting information. Click Here To Register

Online Webinar