Linda Cox is excited to announce that our RE/MAX Junction office is partnering with West Side Baby through June 24th to collect diapers for their "Stuff the Bus" campaign. A newborn needs up to 14 diapers a day which can average $100/month. In fact, 23% of families in King County struggle to afford diapers and suffer from diaper need, a lack of a sufficient supply of diapers to keep a baby clean, dry and healthy. Our office has set a big goal of collecting 3500 DIAPERS! If all of the Chamber members bring
Email five of fiveNote: This email is intended for anyone with employees in Washington. You may unsubscribe at any time with the link at the bottom of the email.About this message: This is the fifth email in a five-part series designed to help employers prepare for the legal requirements that kick in on Jan. 1, 2019. All previous emails can be found below, or at www.paidleave.wa.gov/newsroom. For more detailed information, visit http://www.paidleave.wa.gov/employers.About the program: In 2017,
West Seattle Chamber of CommercePete Spalding, Chair Board of Directors West Seattle Chamber of Commerce Announces New CEO FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Seattle, WA, November 28, 2018 The Board of Directors of the West Seattle Chamber of Commerce announced today the appointment of Julia E. Jordan as the Chamber’s new CEO, effective January 1, 2019. Current CEO, Lynn Dennis, will step down on December 31st after leading the Chamber for 6 years. Jordan brings to the West Seattle Chamber an ability to
The West Seattle Chamber has received this notice from the Seattle Office of Labor Standards. We are forwarding the information accordingly: The Seattle Office of Labor Standards Announces 2019 Minimum Wage Increases for All EmployersThe Seattle Office of Labor Standards (OLS) announces that the 2019 minimum wage for all large employers (employing more than 500 workers worldwide) will be $16.00 per hour. In past years, there was a two-tier system under which large
All Seattle business license tax certificates expire on December 31 and must be renewed annually. In 2016, City Council adopted Ordinance 125083, creating a new fee structure for the Seattle business license tax certificate. You will note that the first link below outlines the fee increases for 2017-2019, but fails to mention the fees for 2020 and beyond. The provided ordinance link below provides the details of the ordinance fee structure (2020 begins on page 6 of the ordinance
Pretax Commuter Benefit Program Must be in place by no later than July 1, 2019 - This legislation was passed by full council on 10/1/18. Legislation Title: AN ORDINANCE relating to employment in Seattle; requiring certain employers to offer employees the opportunity to use pre-tax earnings to purchase commuter benefits, other than parking, in accordance with federal law; adding a new Chapter 14.30 to the Seattle Municipal Code (SMC); and amending Sections 3.15.000 and 6.208.020 of the SMC. 2.
Seattle Met Names Local West Seattle Chamber Chiropractor a Top Doc Seattle Met Magazine named West Seattle Chamber Member, Dr. Ryan Schoeb of Schoeb Chiropractic, as a Top Doc 2018. Professional Research Services survey company and Seattle Met worked together to poll health care practitioners throughout King, Snohomish, and Pierce counties. All practitioners are licensed by the State of Washington Health Department. Dr. Schoeb is one of two Seattle Chiropractors on the entire list comprised of Puget
New member, STAPLES @ Westwood Village, is the first WA location to offer TSA Pre✓® Enrollment. It's just one more way that STAPLES wants to help businesses succeed, including making it easy for them to travel. Start the enrollment process on the link provided, then set up your appointment. The store also accepts walk-ins. Just be sure you have your required documents before you head in. Fantastic!https://www.identogo.com/staples