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Kristin D. Anger

Labor/Employment Attorney
Kristin D. Anger

315 Fifth Avenue S, Suite 1000
Seattle WA 98104

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Summit attorney Kristin Anger will present the Washington Paid Sick Leave webinar on November 8th in partnership with Association of Washington Cities

Washington paid sick leave webinar

November 8
10 – 11:30 am

Is your organization’s paid sick leave program compliant with Washington’s new paid sick leave statute, which will take effect January 1, 2018? Many public employers already offer paid sick leave accruals that are more generous than what the new law will require, but employers also need to ensure that their administration of this leave benefit complies in all respects with the new law.

  • Learn key requirements of the new paid sick leave law, including employee eligibility, reasons for which leave must be permitted and limits on sick leave documentation.
  • Review a checklist for compliance.
  • Understand practical considerations and options for modifying existing sick leave policies to conform to the new legal requirements.

This webinar is for HR, fiscal and management staff.


Kristin Anger, Employment and Litigation Attorney, Summit Law Group
Kristin’s practice involves a full range of labor and employment law matters, including counseling employers on compliance with legal obligations, training, drafting policies and agreements, and representing employers in litigation and administrative proceedings. Kristin has represented both public and private sector clients in employment-related litigation in federal and state courts and in administrative and arbitration hearings. Kristin also spends a significant amount of time providing preventive counseling to clients to avoid or minimize the risk of litigation. Additionally, Kristin provides training to managers and employees on compliance with employment and labor laws, including training on harassment and discrimination, discipline and discharge and disability accommodation.


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