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It is illegal for your employer to retaliate against you because you reported or opposed a workplace health or safety violation.
Retaliation may include:
You can file a complaint with the Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI) if you think your employer is discriminating or retaliating against you. Complaints alleging retaliation must be filed within one year of when the retaliation occurs.
Not sure which form to use?
There is a
Full List of BOLI Complaint Forms and a guide to help you figure out which form to use.
You may also call BOLI at 971-673-0761.
Oregon OSHA Adopted Division 1 Civil Penalty & Work Refusal Changes from Senate Bills 592 and 907
File a Retaliation Complaint with BOLI
Whistleblower topic page
Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI)
Workers Rights (BOLI)
A pocket-sized card, in English and Spanish, outlining workers’ rights in Oregon.
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