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Oregon laws protect your right to work, find housing, and be in our state free from discrimination.

Learn more about your rights, the laws, and how to file a complaint here.

We are here to protect you from discrimination, harassment, and retaliation.

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Discrimination & harassment at work

You have the right to a workplace free from discrimination and harassment.

Housing discrimination

Know your rights. Fair Housing laws protect you from being discriminated when renting, buying, or living in a home.

Your rights to public places

Oregonians have the right to access places that do business with the public without being discriminated against.

Racial discrimination

Oregon laws prohibit discrimination based on race, color, and national origin.

Disability rights

Oregon laws prohibit discrimination based on disability.

Gender / gender identity

Oregon laws prohibit discrimination based on gender and gender identity.

Equal pay laws

It's illegal to be paid less because of your gender, or another protected characteristic. You must be paid the same as coworkers who do similar jobs.

File a complaint

File a complaint here.

Process of investigations

Learn more about how BOLI investigations work.


Any worker may report actions they believe violate local, state, or federal laws. Whistleblowing laws protect workers from retaliation for making these reports.

Hospital Demographic Reports

In accordance with ORS 651.190, hospitals are required to submit workforce demographic reports.

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If someone isn’t following the law or something feels wrong, give us a call. The Bureau of Labor and Industries is here to enforce our laws and protect you.

Call 971-245-3844 or email Se habla español.

We also accept anonymous tips for investigations, especially in cases when multiple workers are affected. Please email