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New Oregon Paid Sick Leave Law Has Some Stakeholders Feeling Ill
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Nov. 20, 2015

"Oregon's new law applies to all employers, and to nearly Oregon's entire workforce -- full-time, part-time, seasonal and temporary employees. It's intended to cover many types of employee leave, from mental health to a care for a sick family member. The law goes into effect Jan. 1, 2016, but the government agency tasked with enforcing it -- the Bureau of Labor and Industries -- is still in the rulemaking phase. Of particular to concern to construction groups in the weeks ahead will be ensuring that contractors' existing sick leave policies, and collective bargaining agreements that provide sick leave, are covered under the law."

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