Employment Posters Guide

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Three New Employment Posters

Oregon employers are required to display three new updated employment posters.

We previously assembled posters Oregon employers must display in 2010. This includes a poster required by statute that BOLI has thus far refused to make public. We created a poster you can use to comply with the statute. Now there are three more updates.

The three updated posters can be found below. As far as we can tell, the only change to one of these is that it now contains the photograph of State Labor Commissioner Brad Avakian.

Oregon Minimum Wage Poster 

This is an updated Oregon Minimum Wage poster. The Oregon minimum wage increased to $8.40 per hour January 1, 2009. On September 16, 2009, the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries announced there will be no change in Oregon's minimum wage for 2010. Since the Oregon minimum wage is higher than the Federal minimum wage, you must pay the Oregon minimum wage. The Oregon minimum wage is adjusted for inflation automatically each year. Failure to display Oregon’s minimum wage poster could cost up to $1,000.

Spanish Version


Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Poster                         

The Oregon Occupational Safety and Health poster. This poster is also known as the Oregon "It's The Law" poste

Spanish Version




Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law Poster                    

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission requires this poster. This poster is also known as the Federal "It's The Law" poster.

Spanish Version

These are not the only new posters for 2010. The other posters you must now display were discussed in the January 6, 2010 issue of LegalBriefs. For a complete set of all state and federal posters, including the three new posters, click on the link below.

2010 Employment Posters

Remember, you are required to post current, up-to-date employment posters. If you have not previously done so, take a few minutes now to make sure you are complying with your employment poster requirements.

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