Employee resources and state workforce

​​​​​HR professional development

Oregon state government offers a State Certified HR Professional Program (SCHRP). SCHRP is a competency-based training program that provides education directed toward human resources staff in Oregon state government and can be a stepping stone to further education or the attainment of a national certification.

​Employee development  

The state of Oregon offers employees several options for career development. To see these resources visit our Employee Development page. 



View the master forms page here.


40.025.02 - Limited duration appointments

40.055.03 - Veterans' Preference​

50.020.10 - ADA and reasonable accommodation in employment

50.070.01 - Affordable care act

60.000.01 - Sick leave with pay

60.000.15 - Family and medical leave (FMLA)

60.020.05 - Military donated leave program

60.025.01 - Donated leave

Oregon State Investigations​ 

Recruiter Toolkit​



I-9, Employment eligibility verification

Span of control​

Gender Identity Guidelines​

Conducting employer investigations
Discrimination and Harassment Free Workplace Powerpoint
Fair labor standards act designation overview
Fair labor standards act guide
How to find an agency's enabling statutes
Instructions on how to find an agency's enabling statute
Management service designation checklist
Movement into the executive branch
Retaliation under title VII
Return to work and reinstatement or reemployment process
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HRExec - Restricted mailing list for state agency HR Managers responsible for overall HR Management of their agency. 
HRmgr-net - Restricted mailing list for DAS HR Administrator communications to Senior HR professionals, Agency Directors and Deputy Directors, and Administrators with HR functions in their divisions. 
HRtech-net - Restricted mailing list for DAS HR Administrator communications to state HR  technicians. ​