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Paid Leave is a new program that will allow workers in Oregon to take paid time off for some of lifeâ€™s most important moments. Employers will begin payroll contributions in January 2023, and workers will be able to apply for benefits in September 2023. Starting in September of this year, businesses can begin submitting applications for equivalent plans as an alternative to participating in Paid Leave Oregon. Join members of Paid Leave Oregonâ€™s outreach team for an overview of the new program and learn about what makes an equivalent plan, what the requirements are, and how to apply.
At completion of this course, you will have a better understanding of Oregon's new Paid Leave program.
- Overview of the new program
- Learn about what makes an equivalent plan, what the requirements are, and how to apply
If you would like to register for this event, please contact OSCPA at 800-255-1470, 503-641-7200, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Andrew Warren, Outreach & Engagement Coordinator, has worked for the State of Oregon since 2009 and joined the Paid Leave Oregon team in April 2021. Prior to coming to OED, he spent two years at ODOT in the Office of Civil Rights working with Emerging Small Businesses and before that spent a little over eight years at the Oregon Department of Energy specializing in policy related to renewable electricity generation, marine energy, and tax credits for biomass collection and production.