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The Oregon legislature recently ended a busy session, passing several employment bills that will bring big changes to Oregon employers. We’re awaiting the governor’s signature on two of the bills below but we expect they will become law. Get up to speed on what changes are coming and hear practical tips from our attorneys on how to bring your workplace into compliance.
The Oregon employment bills covered in this complimentary webinar will include:
- Pay equity (HB 2005), which provides that employees in protected classes must be paid the same wage as other employees in the same job category. With the passage of this bill, Oregon became the first state in the country to adopt a pay equity law that protects so many categories of employees. This is a significant new law that will present unique challenges for compliance;
- Daily overtime for manufacturers (HB 3458), which clarifies an employer’s obligation when an employee is entitled to both daily and weekly overtime, and also imposes a maximum hours per week limitation;
- Oregon sick leave amendments (SB 299), which clarify a few areas of ambiguity in Oregon’s sick leave law that originally went into effect on January 1, 2016; and
- Predictive scheduling (SB 828), which requires employers in certain industries to provide advance notice to employees about their work schedules.
This webinar is complimentary, but you must register to attend. Register online or by contacting Kailee Dinius (800-733-8621 or KaileeD@vigilant.org). If you are unable to attend but would like us to send you a link to the recorded webinar after it takes place, please contact Kailee with your name, company name, and email address.
Employment Attorney and Legal Director at Vigilant
Diane is passionate about helping companies navigate the often overwhelming legal issues that can arise during the employment relationship. She has been with Vigilant since 2007, advising employers on all aspects of employment law, finding practical solutions to complex business problems, and delivering training to HR professionals, managers, and supervisors. As Vigilant’s Legal Director, Diane is also responsible for managing our legal team to ensure members receive excellent service and trusted counsel. Diane is a member of the Oregon, Washington, and Idaho State Bars.
Senior Employment Attorney at Vigilant
Karen has been advising Vigilant members on employment law issues since 1994. She coordinates and writes proprietary legal publications available to member companies, and answers in-house staff questions on complex employment law issues. She also promotes Vigilant’s employer advocacy efforts with the U.S. Department of Labor, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs. Karen is a member of the Oregon State Bar.