Don’t be fooled, know your rights under the new wage law. En español aquí.
The wage is phased in over a 3-7 year period depending on the number of workers employed at the company or chain, and whether the employer offers healthcare benefits and/or tips. See the chart below for the full wage schedule. Click the image to enlarge.
If you have questions or concerns, please call the Working Washington Hotline: 866-385-9509
Join 15 Now, labor unions, and Councilmember Sawant on March 28 to let workers know they are getting a raise!
“The $15/hour minimum wage movement delivered a resounding one-two punch against right-wing opponents of 15,” began a triumphant Facebook post by Socialist Seattle City Coucilmember Kshama Sawant on Wednesday, March 18.
Sawant and 15 Now played an instrumental role in helping pass the historic minimum wage law in Seattle that goes into effect on April 1, giving a pay raise to more than 100,000 workers in the city, and eventually raising the minimum wage to $15/hour. With just a few weeks until the law goes into effect, big business is still resisting.