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Labor and Industries offering workshop to help new employers

Communication training workshop

The Puget Sound Communicators, Kitsap Chapter of International Training in Communication (ITC) is offering a training workshop on Sat., Oct. 19 from 10 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. at the First Christian Church, 811 Veneta Ave., Bremerton.The workshop, entitled, "Lead, Follow, of Get Out of the Way," is presented by Christine Endo A.C., International President-Elect of ITC. The cost is $20 per person and lunch is included. For reservations contact Ed Evans at 360-895-0305 and bigskyed@aol.com or Pat Ryan at 360-692-4750 or pat.ryan58@comcast.net.

 

Labor and Industries offering workshop to help new employers

The Department of Labor & Industries is offering an informative workshop to help new employers. The workshop is Oct. 24 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Labor & Industries office, 500 Pacific Ave., Suite 400. Online registration is encouraged to allow for planning. Registrations can be done on phone at 1-800-574-2829 or online at www.Workshops.lni.wa.gov. Make sure to reference course number 3-78-0073.The free workshop is essential for all business owners and managers who don't yet have a full understanding of employer rights and responsibilities relative to the Department of Labor and Industries, or of the services and resources L&I provides. Participants will learn about workers compensation, quarterly reporting, critical claims management strategies, workplace safety and health requirements, wage and hour laws, and contractor registration rules. The workshop also covers payroll, overtime, meal and break requirements, keeping records and importance of paying for workers' compensation and the importance of managing claims. Other topics include workplace safety & health requirements and contractor registration rules. For more information call Keith Johnson at 253-596-3834 or visit www.workshops.lni.wa.gov.

 

 

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