The NLRB has extended the deadline to hang the mandatory and controversial 11-by-17 inch poster. The original deadline has been extended to April 30, 2012.
Citing an influx of questions from businesses and trade organizations, the NLRB has extended the deadline to hang the mandatory new 11-by-17 inch poster by a few months. This extension gives employers more time to clarify whether they fall under the NLRB’s jurisdiction. No other changes were made as to which employers must display the new poster […]
Most private sector employers must display a new official poster notifying employees of their rights under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA).
Senate Bill 1045 prohibits Oregon employers from using the credit history of an applicant or employee in making employment-related decisions
The Oregon Legislature just passed Senate Bill 1045, which Governor Kulongoski signed on Monday, March 29, 2010, that will prohibit an employer from obtaining or using a credit history report of an applicant or current employee in order to make employment hiring, firing, and promotion decisions.