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Hey Compliance Warriors! It was a bad week for the gig economy in Oregon. Read on for the details….

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Hey Compliance Warriors! If you’re in Oregon there’s a new equal pay law coming in January. Here’s six steps to help prepare your organization for it. Read on…

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Hey Compliance Warriors! Predictive or fair scheduling laws have become the norm on the West Coast in cities like Emeryville, California; San Francisco, California; San Jose, California; Seattle, Washington; and the whole state of Oregon. New York City has also adopted fair scheduling requirements. In this podcast, Littler attorney Deidra A. Nguyen provides a 12-minute […]

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Over the last few years, Oregon employers have been faced with the task of keeping up with not just a few changing labor laws. Maintaining the latest information and ensuring compliance with these new state, local, and federal laws is an ongoing and very serious responsibility for employers and HR/Payroll professionals. Here is a little […]

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Hey Compliance Warriors! The minimum wageiMinimum laws changed in many states – AND CITIES – on July 1st, 2017. Are your employees due a pay increase?  Read on…

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For years, medical marijuana dispensers have been raided and arrested in states that legally allow the use, growth, and sale of marijuana for medical reasons. But, a few days ago, Congress once again renewed the ban on the use of federal funds for the  purpose of investigating and prosecuting the use of medical marijuana in […]

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How about a PAID leave policy for time off due to domestic violence issues? Most employers will answer NO! But, in Oregon both are mandatory as per this new law. Read the  following article and think about how you will handle this type of legislation when it comes to your state.  Enjoy! Lisa

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