Are You Ready for 2022 Minimum Wage Changes?

Are You Ready for 2022 Minimum Wage Changes?

As you prepare your nonprofit’s 2022 budget, have you ensured that all your employees meet the minimum hourly wage as well as the minimum salary threshold for any overtime exempt employees? In ...
2019 Year in Review

2019 Year in Review

January is a time to look back and look ahead. Last year at this time, I called out some key issues to watch in 2019. Here’s a reminder of what I said and where we are now, one year later.
As the Legislative Session Begins, We’re Keeping an Eye on the Bills

As the Legislative Session Begins, We’re Keeping an Eye on the Bills

The 2020 Washington state legislative session has begun. We are watching for bills that affect nonprofits and will let you know what actions you can take. Here are a few issues that have already come to our attention.
What Do Washington State’s New Overtime Pay Rules Mean for Nonprofits?

What Do Washington State’s New Overtime Pay Rules Mean for Nonprofits?

Employees, including those working for nonprofits, who earn salaries under this threshold must earn overtime for any hours worked over 40 in one week. I know this change presents a challenge to most of us, particularly outside the Seattle metropolitan area. We face rising labor costs and funding levels that are not keeping pace. On the positive side, this could move us toward better compensation in the sector and less burnout.

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