Recordings

Salarios mínimos y el robo de sueldo

Esta conversación proporciona una base de información sobre las leyes de salario mínimo y el robo de salario para el año 2018 en la ciudad de Seattle. El diálogo entre Jennifer Arlem Molina y Emely Perez del Latino Community Fund de Washington cubre temas acerca de lo que es requerido de un empleador bajo las leyes, que pasa si no se les paga por las últimas dos semanas trabajadas y mucho más. Para más información y asistencia, les invitamos a contactar a la Oficina de Normas Laborales de la Ciudad de Seattle al número 206-684-4500. Visite la página de normas laborales de Seattle y la página de Latino Community Fund de Washington para obtener la información más actualizada sobre las normas laborales en Seattle.

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Leyes laborales

En esta conversación Jennifer Arlem Molina y Emely Perez del Latino Community Fund de Washington nos ayudan a entender un poco más acerca de la ley laboral justa de empleo que prohíbe pedir información acerca de antecedentes penales en una aplicación de trabajo. También exploran los requisitos para pago por enfermedad o como obtener pago cuando no puedes ir al trabajo por cuestiones de riesgo de seguridad personal como violencia doméstica, agresión sexual, acoso o problemas de salud pública. Para más información y asistencia, les invitamos a contactar a la Oficina de Normas Laborales de la Ciudad de Seattle al número (206) 684-4500. Visite la página de normas laborales de Seattle y la página de Latino Community Fund de Washington para obtener la información más actualizada sobre las normas laborales en Seattle.

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Taller: Leyes Sobre La Normas Laborales (Labor Standards Workshop)

¿Tienen empleados? Lo invitamos asistir a este taller gratuito sobre Salario Mínimo, Tiempo Pagado por Enfermedad, Seguridad en el Lugar de trabajo (PSST) y Compensación al Trabajador. Do you have employees? We invite you to attend this free workshop on City and State labor standards for wages, sick time, workplace safety and worker’s compensation.

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How to Raise Money for Your Data-Driven Startup

Looking for funding for your data science-focused business idea? Join us for a Seattle Startup Week panel featuring representations of data science-focused companies who have successfully raised funding since last year.

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Paid Parental Leave - Panel Discussion

Listen to a panel discussion and learn about the paid family leave policy that will be considered by state legislators in 2017. Panel guests include Marilyn Watkins of the Economic Opportunity Institute; Rich Fox, President of the Seattle Restaurant Alliance; and Danielle Hulton Co-Owner of Ada's Technical Bookstore and Cafe.

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Your Business - Start Smart 2015

Are you thinking of going into business for yourself? Join entrepreneur and business coach Jeff Levy as he walks you through what it really takes to start and run a business. Recording of a workshop at the Central Library on 3/5/2015.

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Your Business - Finance Smart 2015

Take the next step in starting and growing your business. Explore the many avenues toward financing your venture, including SBA commercial loans, alternative lending, microloans, retirement rollovers, and crowdfunding in a moderated, informative panel of experts. You will learn about the 5 C's of credit,"bootstrapping," and the difference between a secured and an unsecured loan. This is your opportunity to get your questions answered by the experts. Recording of a workshop at the Central Library on 10/26/2015.

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Your Business - Plan Smart 2015

Launching a successful business requires building a proper plan that helps to guide you toward generating sales and a positive cash flow. Proper planning is also a strong tool for presenting to potential investors and lenders. Learn the basics, including using marketing and financial data to generate a strong plan. Recording of a workshop at the Central Library on 11/19/2015.

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LGBT Business Builder 2016

Listen to this podcast about programs and assistance available to LGBT-owned small businesses, and how to register as a certified LGBT-owned small business with the National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC). Certified LGBT Business Enterprise® (LGBTBE), businesses are able to build relationships with America's leading corporations, generate prospective business and clients, and collectively team with each other for contracting opportunities. As corporate America becomes more inclusive and further diversifies its supply chain, certification offers the opportunity for LGBT-owned businesses to differentiate themselves from their competitors. Recording of an event at the Central Library on 6/2/2016.

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Your Business - Operate Smart 2016

You've completed your business plan, sought financing, developed your market strategy - now what? Listen to this podcast to learn about operating your business.  Topics include: Choosing vendors, investors, stakeholders and advisors; Credit and collections; Hiring, firing and employment law; Timely tax reporting sales and B and O; Correct registrations and licensing; Distribution channels; Banking relationships; and Preparing, reading and interpreting financial statements.

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