Employers are required to display certain workplace notices and posters at all worksites in Oregon.
Posters and related information are updated each year on July 1st.
- You must post these notices in a clearly visible place where employees can regularly see them.
- Employers with more than one work location are generally required to display these posters at each worksite.
New Paid Leave Notice for All Oregon Employers
January 1, 2023, employers will need to post a new model notice poster at each work site (and provide it electronically or by mail to any remote workers).
The model notice should be displayed (or sent out) in the language(s) the employer uses to communicate with employees.
The poster is available for download and printing in 11 languages from the
Paid Leave Oregon Website.
Basic requirements for all employers
Large retail, hospitality or food service employers (500+ employees)
Live entertainment employers
Other required notices
In addition to the posters listed above, employers may need to post one or more of these additional workplace notices.
Workplace Fairness Act
All employers are required to have a clear policy to reduce and prevent harassment, discrimination, and sexual assault and provide notice to employees in the workplace and on other occasions. Information on the Workplace Fairness Act is available
here. Employers can find a
template policy here (updated for SB 1586 (2022)) as well as a
template in Spanish).
Workplace Accommodations Notice
Employers with six or more employees must post signs in a conspicuous and accessible location that provide notice informing employees of their right to be free from discrimination because of pregnancy, childbirth and related medical conditions, and the right to reasonable accommodation. Download a template for that notice in
Workers’ Compensation Notice of Compliance
(regulated by Workers’ Compensation Division of DCBS)
Who must post?
All employers who are required to provide workers' compensation coverage for their employees.
Employers receive this notice from the Workers’ Compensation Division after they purchase workers' compensation insurance. Employers not receiving the notice or requiring a duplicate notice should contact the Workers’ Compensation Division.
Employment Insurance Notice (Form 11)
(regulated by Employment Department)
Who must post?
Employers with at least a $1000 payroll in a calendar quarter and employers with one or more workers during 18 different weeks in a calendar year.
The Employment Department automatically sends this notice after an account is set up or reopened. Employers can order a duplicate if necessary. When ordering a duplicate, employers will need their business identification number.
Information about posters not regulated by the Bureau of Labor and Industries is provided here as a courtesy to employers. If you have questions regarding a specific federal poster or requirement, you must contact the issuing agency directly.
The posters listed here are general requirements only. Your industry may have additional requirements that you might be responsible to post.
There are many private companies across the country in the business of selling labor law posters. The Bureau of Labor and Industries is NOT associated in any way with these organizations. Before you purchase posters offered by private companies, contact the appropriate regulatory agencies to verify that the posters are required and up to date.