All OED management staff actively support recruitment and career
development programs to ensure equitable representation of minorities,
women and people with disabilities in all job classifications. Managers
are responsible for utilizing a range of supports and resources to
ensure meaningful progress towards achieving affirmative action goals,
including, but not limited to performance evaluation decisions and
resource allocation, monitor the accomplishment of this plan on an
ongoing basis, and make adjustments to the plan as necessary.
employee is responsible for creating and contributing to an inclusive
and professional work environment that is safe for everyone. It is the
responsibility of management staff to ensure the work environment is
free from any form of discrimination or harassment or from retaliation
for filing a complaint related to workplace concerns.
The Oregon Employment Department supports and promotes the State Employees' Charitable Fund Drive.
The CFD is an annual, combined charitable giving campaign that offers
charitable choices to State of Oregon employees. The first Charitable
Fund Drive was implemented by Executive Order in 1989.
State of Oregon Employees' CFD consolidates charitable solicitation into
an annual campaign. Combined campaigns offer easy access to a wide
range of charities and offer employees a great deal of control over
their charitable giving. Combined campaigns have also proven to be very
effective for the charitable organizations and more efficient for state
For more information - Employees' Charitable Fund Drive
OED also actively participates in and promotes the Governor's State Employees Food Drive
The annual food drive is the largest food drive benefiting the Oregon
Food Bank Network. The drive collects funds and food for the Oregon Food
Bank Network through fundraising events and donations collected during
the month of February.
For more information - Governor's State Employees Food Drive