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Oregon Laws on Domestic Violence and the Workplace

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2007 SB 946 (2007 Oregon Laws, Chapter 180) created new protections for victims of domestic violence, requiring reasonable safety measures to protect employees at work or in connection with their work.

Read more:

1) Oregon Bureau of Labor & Industry (BOLI) Domestic Violence in the Workplace flyer.

2) Governor of Oregon, Executive Order No. Eo 07 – 17, Domestic Violence In The Workplace

3) Oregon Domestic Violence Links

4) More information can be found at the Oregon Domestic Violence Resource Center. See also their Workplace and domestic violence webpages.

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One response to “Oregon Laws on Domestic Violence and the Workplace”

  1. TT says:

    Thank you for creating this blog. My husband was arrested for pulling a gun on me. Im trying to help other women, as you are doing, with my website at http://www.glassbook.org/. On my site, I provide insight to help women avoid those men in the future! I also address how domestic violence impacts the employer and co-worker safety. http://www.glassbook.org/Hendrickson_Impacts_Profits.html. It would be great to get your feedback on my site too! If you like what doing, please do what you can to tell others so they can avoid what I experienced. Thank you! Terri.

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