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We focus on proven ways to improve your organization’s effectiveness, increase employee engagement, and plan for the future.

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We can help you manage day-to-day HR, maintain your talent pool, and provide specific expertise on an ongoing or project basis. 

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Five Common Workers’ Comp Myths and Facts

It is no secret that Washington state has very complex workers’ compensation laws—even a seemingly straightforward claim can become complicated under closer examination. This is frustrating for employers, especially when they have information that could assist in the claims process but aren’t sure if they should provide it or what their next step should be. To provide clarity amidst all of the complexity, here are five common myths and facts that can help you navigate the intricate world of workers’ compensation claims. Myth #1: Questioning the validity of the claim will get it denied. Fact: In Washington state, the Industrial Insurance Act and workers’ compensation laws are clear, indicating “the law

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COVID-19 Cleaning Guidance for Employers

As the Coronavirus Disease of 2019 (COVID-19) stay-at-home orders start to lift, and business restrictions begin to relax, you may be considering how to ramp up operations and bring employees back to work safely and within compliance. Employers have a responsibility to protect their employees from potential COVID-19 exposure in the workplace. No matter what type of business you run, one of your main concerns should be creating or strengthening your site’s housekeeping plan. Why Housekeeping? The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has declared that housekeeping is an essential part of an employer’s strategy to protect workers from COVID-19. Enforcement agencies like The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Oregon Occupational

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