Information about your reported work history and qualifying for Social Security Retirement benefits. Read more here.
Information about payment of wages, including direct deposit of wages and issuing "debit cards."
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 payment for working on holidays and for unused vacation when your job ends.
Keeping your own record of hours is the only way to make sure you are getting paid right.
In some cases employers of agriculture workers may be exempt from paying minimum wage. THis resource explains the Oregon requirements and definitions.
The minimum wage that you must be paid in Oregon, and how it will increase until the year 2023.
Information about paid and unpaid breaks at work.
A summary of the child labor laws applicable to non-agricultural employment in Oregon.
Information about what work activities must be paid as work hours.
Information about laws concerning wages and work hours.
Funds available to help employees when a business closes and the employer is unable to pay its employees.
Information about how to file a wage claim with the Oregon Bureau of Labor & Industries.
Information about what your employer must do if your wages are garnished.
Information about requesting accommodation for disabilities in order to use the state court system's services or facilities.
Information about the laws that protect workers who are under 18 years old.
Website of the State of Oregon's Bureau of Labor and Industries. Contains information for the worker.
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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