Starting Jan. 1, 2023, employers with 15 or more employees must include certain information in job postings, per Washington State Department of Labor & Industries.
Job posts must include:
L&I Administrative Policy ES.E.1 provides examples so you can make sure your next job posting includes the right information.
The Covington Chamber is a member of the South Sound Chambers of Commerce Legislative Coalition, and last week we presented our 2023 legislative priorities to local elected officials and state legislators.
Our focus in 2023 is on economic vitality and growth for the South Sound region, specifically in the areas of transportation, budget and taxes, small business support, continued investments in workers and education, housing attainability, energy and climate change, public safety, and health care. Read our issue paper here.
Thank you to Green River College for serving as presenting sponsor along with Comcast and to the Auburn Area Chamber, Kent Chamber and Seattle Southside Chamber for including the Covington Chamber in the panel discussion. Thank you also to our members who attended to support our work.
Amy Hobson, a business and marketing teacher at Kentlake High School, is looking for volunteer judges to help with a mock competition. This is an important and valuable experience for students to “shake off their nerves” before they head into their first formal DECA competition.
Dates: Thurs., Dec. 8 AND/OR Thurs., Dec. 15 (2:15 p.m.)
Location: Kentlake High School, 21401 SE Falcon Way, Kent, WA 98042
DECA is a business and marketing club that prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in business, marketing, finance, and hospitality. Students compete in a role play where they are given a real-world scenario in their career focus area and present their ideas and solutions to a judge. Judges have a rubric to determine if students have identified the key performance indicators for the scenario, as well as their professionalism.