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All workers in Oregon have rights that protect you from being taken advantage of or discriminated against.
Laws set the minimum wage, protect breaks, give you overtime pay, provide sick time, and more. Learn more about your rights at work, file a complaint, or ask a question.
Oregon laws protect you at work. If your employer is doing something wrong, we can help.
Learn more about the rules that protect you on the job, like pay, overtime, breaks, and more.
If you leave a job for any reason, laws govern when your employer must give you your final paycheck and any wages owed.
Are you being discriminated against or treated differently? Learn more about how you are protected in Oregon.
If your employer is violating the law, we'll help you take action. File a complaint and get more information.
You must be paid the same as other workers doing similar jobs. You can't be paid less because of your gender, race, age, or other protected characteristics.
Learn more about the process of an investigation.
Not sure if you should file a complaint? Learn more.
Every worker should make at least Oregon's minimum wage.
If you are a construction worker on a public works project, you should be getting paid the prevailing wage.
Looking for a strong career? Consider an apprenticeship program.
If your employer isn’t following the law or something feels wrong, give us a call. The Bureau of Labor and Industries is here to enforce these laws and protect you.
971-673-0761 or email
firstname.lastname@example.org. Se habla español.
We also accept anonymous tips for investigations, especially in cases when multiple workers are affected. Please email email@example.com.
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