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    The Employment Relations Board (ERB) resolves disputes concerning labor relations for an estimated 3,000 different employers and 250,000 employees in public and private sector under its jurisdiction. The Board administers the collective bargaining law that covers public employees of the State of Oregon and its cities, counties, school districts, and other local governments; hears and decides appeals from state employees concerning personnel actions; and administers the collective bargaining law that regulates private employers who are not covered by the National Labor Relations Act.
Employment Relations Board Services ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Hearings Division
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Board Orders
ERB Statutes and Administrative Rules


The Employment Relations Board (ERB) is conducting its biannual Customer Satisfaction Survey, and we need your input. We use the information we gather to assess our performance and, where necessary, make changes that will help us better serve the needs of the labor-management community and public. In addition, the legislature considers the survey results as a factor in its funding decisions.

The information provided is anonymous, and results will be provided in our annual Performance Measures Report in August 2014.

Click here to take the survey: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/QGDNQY6
The survey will be open from April 16, 2014 until 5:00 p.m. on May 16, 2014.

Thank you for taking your time to complete the survey. If you have any comments you would like to make that do not fit in the survey, please direct them to michelle.d.vanschaick@oregon.gov or vial US mail at 528 Cottage St NE, Suite 400, Salem, OR 97301-3807.

If you have questions about or problems with the survey, please contact Michelle Van Schaick at 503-378-8610.
The Employment Relations Board invites interested parties to file amicus briefs in Case Nos. UP-015-13 (Washington County Dispatchers Association v. Washington County Consolidated Communications Agency) and UP-027-13 (Washington County Consolidated Communications Agency v. Washington County Dispatchers Association) to address legal and policy questions concerning audio recording of collective bargaining sessions. Click here to view the Notice and Invitation to File Briefs for more information. Due by May 09, 2014.
1993-2008 SPRL Digest
The State Personnel Relations Law Digest Supplement covering 1993-2008 is now available on line. Click here