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If your rights are being violated at work or in Oregon, you can file a complaint with us.
Learn more about the laws that protect you and your rights by searching for a topic in our
Which complaint should you file? Take this short quiz or choose from the list below to complete an online form.
If you have questions, please email
BOLI_help@boli.oregon.gov or call 971-245-3844.
Full list of BOLI complaints:
Check out the list of common violations and then take this quick quiz to figure out what you should do.
Answer: You should file a WAGE CLAIM. Employers are required to pay you the wages you are owed, and every Oregon worker must make at least
Answer: You should file a WORKER COMPLAINT.
Answer: You should file a RETALIATION COMPLAINT.
At work: you should file an
EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION COMPLAINT
Trying to rent, purchase, or live in housing: you should file a
HOUSING DISCRIMINATION COMPLAINT
At a public place you should file a
PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS COMPLAINT.
Answer: We need more information to be able to help you. Please call 971-673-0761 or email
If these violations happened to you, you can make a complaint with BOLI and we’ll help you get it fixed. If more than one of these applies to you, that’s okay - choose one and we’ll get more
information from you as the process continues.
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