Oregon dramatically alters its workplace discrimination laws

Oregon's new workplace discrimination law will require employers to make significant changes to their HR processes. Once it becomes effective, it will limit employers' ability to enter into agreements containing nondisclosure, nondisparagement, confidentiality, and no-rehire provisions. It will also require all employers to have specific written policies for reporting harassment and discrimination and extend the time in which an employee may sue for discrimination under Oregon law from one year to five years.

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