The Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI) released a revised minimum wage posting required for all Oregon workplaces beginning July 1, 2016. Subscribers to GovDocs Labor Law News may recall that earlier in 2016, Oregon enacted a series of annual minimum wage rate increases (SB1352).
With three different minimum wage tiers, the applicable minimum wage rate will depend on where your Oregon workplaces are located. For example, a different rate will apply to locations in the Portland metropolitan area versus those locations in “non-urban” counties. And both of those rates are different from the standard tier.
|July 1, 2016
|July 1, 2017
|July 1, 2018
|July 1, 2019
|July 1, 2020
|July 1, 2021
|July 1, 2022
|July 1, 2023
||Minimum wage plus $1.25
||Minimum wage minus $1
For a list of those non-urban counties, please refer to our previous post, Oregon’s Epic Statewide Minimum Wage Increase.
Oregon Minimum Wage Posters and Automatic Compliance
Congratulations, GovDocs clients!
Oregon locations covered by the GovDocs Update Program will automatically receive the latest Oregon minimum wage notice at no additional cost. The Update Program is an easy way for employers with multiple locations to keep their entire enterprise compliant with the latest labor law posting requirements – at the state, federal, city, and county level.
Heck, GovDocs even provides coverage for Canadian labor law posting requirements.
Maybe that’s why North America’s largest employers rely on GovDocs for ongoing labor law posting compliance.
But if you’re in need of only a poster or two, we can still help you out. Subscribers to this blog receive 20% off all their labor law poster purchases when they use coupon code BLOG20. Our Oregon Posting Compliance Package includes postings required for Oregon workplaces:
- Minimum Wage
- Safety & Health Protection on the Job
- Family Leave
- Domestic Violence, Harassment, Sexual Assault or Stalking
- Paid Sick Leave
- No Smoking