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The coronavirus pandemic has impacted every aspect of life in Oregon and around the world. Find tools and answers for questions you may have about COVID-19 at work.
If you’re a worker, please call 971-673-0761 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’re an employer, please call 971-673-0824 or email email@example.com
If you’re a member of the press, please call Jenny Smith at 503-805-3853 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We continue to hear anecdotal reports of people experiencing discrimination because of fears of coronavirus, particularly around race or national origin.
(Please note that the Oregon Employment Department handles these benefits.)
The quickest way to file a claim for unemployment benefits or get help is to use their online services.
Unemployment benefits are available in a lot of circumstances to help Oregonians who are being laid off or are temporarily out of work.
If you have been laid off or your hours have been cut, you should
file your claim with the Oregon Employment Department.
Additional contact information for the Oregon Employment Department:
OED_COVID19_Info@oregon.govPortland Area: (503) 292-2057Salem Area: (503) 947-1500Eastern/Central Oregon/Bend: (541) 388-6207TOLL FREE: (877) 345-3484
Portland Area: (503) 292-2057
Salem Area: (503) 947-1500
Eastern/Central Oregon/Bend: (541) 388-6207
TOLL FREE: (877) 345-3484
Labor Commissioner Val Hoyle has made emergency rules during the COVID-19 pandemic on Oregon Family Leave and overtime rules in manufacturing.
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