SPEEA has partnered with the Seattle-King County Rapid Response Team, liaison to Washington State Labor Council, to hold an informational webinar for employees who received a WARN notice or volunteered for layoff.
The information provided in the webinar will be tailored for services available in multiple counties.
To attend the webinar, registration is required using the button below. Once registered, you will receive a confirmation email containing details about joining the webinar. Registrants are encouraged to start the webinar in advance in case of issues.
|SPEEA Rapid Response webinar
Tuesday, June 8
5 to 7 p.m.
- Washington State Employment Security Department will answer your questions about unemployment insurance, how your benefits are calculated and your responsibilities while claiming.
WorkSource will discuss re-training and re-employment programs, job listings, workshops, labor market information and opportunities to network with on-site employers.
Community and Technical Colleges help dislocated workers secure job training through the state-funded Worker Retraining program. Services also may include career planning and placement, job search instruction and financial assistance.
Employee Benefits Security Administration (DOL) is responsible for enforcing Title 1 of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) which protects benefits in private-sector pension and health plans. Able to assist with questions regarding: COBRA, HIPAA, ACA, 401(k), pensions and ERISA
WA State Labor Council (WSLC) works to ensure dislocated workers maximize unemployment services to best support themselves, their families and their careers. WSLC Labor Liaisons are dedicated to advocating for laid-off workers, both union and non-union