In some cases employers of agriculture workers may be exempt from paying minimum wage. THis resource explains the Oregon requirements and definitions.
Information about the Fair Labor Standards Act, a federal law that includes rules about federal minimum wage and overtime pay. and child labor.
Information about what work activities must be paid as work hours.
Information about payment for working on holidays and for unused vacation when your job ends.
Information about how to file a wage claim with the Oregon Bureau of Labor & Industries.
Information about your reported work history and qualifying for Social Security Retirement benefits. Read more here.
Keeping your own record of hours is the only way to make sure you are getting paid right.
Website of the State of Oregon's Bureau of Labor and Industries. Contains information for the worker.
A summary of the child labor laws applicable to non-agricultural employment in Oregon.
Use this map to find the local legal aid office near you.
Curious about disparate impact and how it affects fair housing? Check out this informative 3-part series of webinars, or for a quick introduction to Disparate Impact for tenants watch this video.
Are you having housing problems because of a Section 8 voucher? See these video resources: Section 8 Housing.
Online-Readable and Downloadable Brochure Resources:
Homeless or Houseless in Oregon? This brochure can help you to know your rights.
The Landlord-Tenant Law in Oregon book has been updated! See the chapters on Moving In, Rental Agreements, Eviction and others here.