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Welcome to your dashboard.

Every one of our Goodwill team members is an important part of the work Goodwill does every day, helping change the lives of our neighbors through employment, training, housing support, and financial stability. This Employee Portal provides you with information that is helpful, such as dress codes for different jobs, benefits information, employee news, and events that you might find helpful.

If you have additional questions, please reach out to your Supervisor.

Thank you for being part of our team. Together, we are changing lives.

Employee Events

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Employee Documents

These are the guidelines that outline the general practices to be followed by all employees to achieve your goals. Policies are more than daily procedures and work rules; they’re a road map for success.

It’s time to celebrate the 2022 Goodwill Awards. Join us for our Awards Town Hall on Monday, May 1st at 8 AM on TEAMs or by viewing it on your locations whiteboard. 

Beginning July 1, 2023, Goodwill Industries of the Inland Northwest must collect WA Cares premiums from employees’ wages. This is the state’s new long-term care insurance program.
 
Washington workers can apply to the State for an exemption if any of the following apply:
  • Live outside of Washington.
  • Spouse or registered domestic partner of an active-duty service member of the U.S. armed forces.
  • Have non-immigrant work visas.
  • Are a veteran with a 70% service-connected disability rating or higher.
It is the employee’s responsibility to apply and—if approved— give a copy of their approval letter from ESD to Accounting. Exemption will take effect the quarter after your exemption is approved. So apply early.
 

This Excel tax modeler was provided by Alliant. It can help you calculate how much LTC Act tax you will pay over your career. Change the information in the light orange boxes to reflect your situation.

LTC-Career-Tax-Modeler-Calculator.xlsx

For those team members who qualify for an exemption, you need to file for an exemption here to apply. 

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