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Learn more about timelines and processes for respondents in BOLI cases.
Oregon law prohibits discrimination or harassment based on:
There is no appeal from an investigative finding, as it is not a final adjudication on the merits.
It is unlawful to discriminate against an individual because the individual has filed a complaint with the Bureau. Discrimination may take the form of demotion, lack of promotion, refusal to hire, poor work assignments, unwarranted criticism or discipline, or termination.
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