Author: Gordon

Gordon Smith has been working in child care since 2015. He is currently a Visual Communication Design student at Easter Washington University. Using what he has learned at school about design, he has taken on the role of web designer for WCCA to help WCCA reach out to as many other child care workers as they can.
Press Release from Greater Spokane Inc. – Via Business Recovery Work Group

Press Release from Greater Spokane Inc. – Via Business Recovery Work Group

Press Release from Greater Spokane Inc. – Via Business Recovery Work Group Below is information for you to share with your distribution channels as soon as possible. *New* Working Washington Small Business Emergency Grants now available!  Businesses can apply for up to $10,000 in grant funding, must have been in business at least one year, and have 1-10 FTE.  Nonprofits are not eligible.   *New* Facebook…

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L&I Sick Pay Webinars

L&I Sick Pay Webinars

Description The class will cover the new Paid Sick Leave Law requiring employers to provide paid sick leave to most employees beginning January 1, 2018. Get an overview of Initiative 1433, which changed state law regarding minimum wage, ensuring tips and service charges are given to the appropriate staff, and requiring employers to provide paid…

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Two U.S. Representatives from Washington who are high priorities for outreach on the House GOP tax bill

Two U.S. Representatives from Washington who are high priorities for outreach on the House GOP tax bill

Two U.S. Representatives from Washington who are high priorities for outreach on the House GOP tax bill (the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act”). Jamie Herrera-Beutler – (202) 225-3536 – Staffer: Jordan Ezich Jordan.Ezich@mail.house.gov (WA-03 Vancouver and SW Washington) Dave Reichert – (202) 225-7761 — Staffer: Natalie Kamphaus Natalie.Kamphaus@mail.house.gov (WA-08 Issaquah, Auburn, Wenatchee, Ellensburg) As always,…

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DEL is accepting applications for a Licensed Center Advisory Subcommittee

DEL is accepting applications for a Licensed Center Advisory Subcommittee

The Department of Early Learning (DEL) is recruiting members for a new Licensed Center Advisory Subcommittee of the Washington Early Learning Advisory Council (ELAC). This new subcommittee will be tasked with providing input on licensing and subsidy rules and regulations. Membership Requirements: Members will represent a licensed child care center and Washington’s regional, racial, and…

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