Oregon Issues Model Notice for Paid Family Leave

Oregon Issues Model Notice for Paid Family Leave

In July 2019, Oregon enacted a paid family and medical leave law. Paid Leave Oregon is funded through employer and employee contributions beginning January 1, 2023.See prior Benefit Beat articles here and here.

Oregon’s Employment Department (OED) has issued a model notice for an employer to inform its employees of his/her rights under the program.

Employers must post this notice poster at each worksite and share it electronically or by mail with any remote workers no later than January 1, 2023. Employers must post the notice in a conspicuous place where employees will regularly see it. Employers are required to provide notice in the language they typically used to communicate with employees.

The OED has created a Paid Leave Oregon website for additional information and FAQs about the leave law.


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