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If Family Members Work for You, Know Your Obligations (English/Thai)

Fact sheet: Provides an overview and resources to know your obligations when you have family members working for you. Relatives, including children, must be treated as employees with the same rights as any other paid worker in the state of Washington.



Publication
F101-077-303



Alt Language(s):
English/中国的
English/한국의
English/русский
English/Español
English/Vi?t
 
If Family Members Work for You, Know Your Obligations (English/Chinese)
Fact sheet: Provides an overview and resources to know your obligations when you have family members working for you. Relatives, including children, must be treated as employees with the same rights as any other paid worker in the state of Washington

Publication
F101-077-808



Alt Language(s):
English/한국의
English/русский
English/Español
English/Thai
English/Vi?t
 
If Family Members Work for You, Know Your Obligations (English/Korean)
Fact sheet: Provides an overview and resources to know your obligations when you have family members working for you. Relatives, including children, must be treated as employees with the same rights as any other paid worker in the state of Washington.

Publication
F101-077-707



Alt Language(s):
English/中国的
English/русский
English/Español
English/Thai
English/Vi?t
 
If Family Members Work for You, Know Your Obligations (English/Russian)
Fact sheet: Provides an overview and resources to know your obligations when you have family members working for you. Relatives, including children, must be treated as employees with the same rights as any other paid worker in the state of Washington.

Publication
F101-077-404



Alt Language(s):
English/中国的
English/한국의
English/Español
English/Thai
English/Vi?t
 
If Family Members Work for You, Know Your Obligations (English/Vietnamese)
Fact sheet: Provides an overview and resources to know your obligations when you have family members working for you. Relatives, including children, must be treated as employees with the same rights as any other paid worker in the state of Washington.

Publication
F101-077-505



Alt Language(s):
English/中国的
English/한국의
English/русский
English/Español
English/Thai
 





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