Most laws giving rights to agricultural workers prohibit employers from discriminating against any worker who complains or files a lawsuit against the employer.
When you're applying for a job and the employer requires a background check, you have rights — and the employer has rules to follow. Before you complete the application or go on the interview, know what the company legally can and cannot do.
Information about workplace discrimination because of national origin or immigration status and where you can get help.
The federal laws that prohibit job discrimination.
Information about federal laws that prohibit employment discrimination. This website also has information about how to file a Charge of Employment Discrimination with this federal agency.
Information about employment discrimination that is illegal under federal laws.
Information about: Work and Hours, Right to Receive Written Disclosures, Farm Labor Housing, Field Sanitation, Right to be Free From Discrimination.
Find out how to file a complaint with the state enforcement agency if you have been illegally discriminated against at work.
Sexual harassment is a form of unlawful employment discrimination. Find out more about it here.
Information about sexual harassment at work.
Information about requesting accommodation for disabilities in order to use the state court system's services or facilities.
Website of the State of Oregon's Bureau of Labor and Industries. Contains information for the worker.
Information about federal employment laws.
A notary public in the United States is not trained in the law or a graduate of a law school, and is not a lawyer. Read more here.
The Oregon Homeowner Legal Assistance (OHLA) Project can provide help to homeowners at risk of foreclosure due to COVID-19 factors.
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Are you 60 or over and looking for legal assistance in the Portland area? A Senior Law Project volunteer attorney may be able to help.
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