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ERB has exclusive jurisdiction over “unfair labor practice” (ULP) complaints filed against public employers or labor organizations that represent public employees. To file a ULP Complaint, please use the appropriate ULP complaint form for your situation. Please follow instructions specific to each form.
To see what constitutes a public employer ULP, see ORS 243.672(1).
To see what constitutes a labor organization ULP, see ORS 243.672(2).
You can also read Board orders that determine whether certain conduct was determined to be a ULP. We have also prepared a ULP Q & A Guide to provide further information about how ULPs are processed and determined.
You must attach a statement of claims to this Complaint. The statement must provide the following information:
If you refer to documents in the statement of claims, you may attach copies of those documents to the statement.If you are requesting a civil penalty and/or filing-fee reimbursement, the statement of claims must also include an explanation of why you believe a civil penalty and/or filing-fee reimbursement is appropriate in your case, and a clear and concise statement of the facts alleged in support of the request(s). See OAR 115-035-0075.If you are requesting expedited processing, you must also provide the affidavit required by the Board’s rules.See OAR 115-035-0060.
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