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 Live Entertainment Workers' Rights Poster PDF

The Live Entertainment Workers' Rights Poster is a labor law posters poster by the Oregon Bureau Of Labor and Industry. This poster is mandatory for some employers, including employers of live entertainment facilities.

This poster, in English, provides information on employee rights for workers in live entertainment. This includes rights pertaining to independent contractors as well as employees.

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WORKERS:	 Know Your Rights	
As a 	Live Entertainment Worker	, 	 	
you have 	rights at work	. 	
Call the 
1-844-304-BOLI (2654) 	 	
for help or to make a complaint	 	
(complaints can be anonymous).	
Are you an employee or independent contractor? 	 	
The rights you have depend on your employment status.	
You are likely an 	employee	  	
if you:
 ■	Work as directed by your 	 	
employer, who controls how, when, 
and where you do work
 ■	Are hired to work on a continuing or 
indefinite basis
 ■	Perform work for a wage, salary, or 
other type of compensation 	 	
in amounts set by the employer	
 ■	Minimum wage, overtime,	 	
sick time, meals and breaks
 ■	Protections against retaliation
 ■	Protections against sexual 	 	
harassment and discrimination
 ■	Protected family and medical leave	
Learn more: https://www.oregon.gov/boli/
You are likely an 	independent 	
contractor	 if you:	
 ■	Can decide yourself how/when you 
work and how much you charge
 ■	Provide services for a specific 	 	
period of time rather than on an 
open-ended basis
 ■	Could see a profit or a loss
 ■	Make personal investments, 	 	
like buying equipment, renting 	 	
a salon chair, or paying for 	 	
business expenses or labor	 	
Independent contractors must enforce 
the terms of their agreements with 
businesses (including payments and 
services) in civil court.
Learn more: https://www.oregon.gov/ic/inde	-	
If your employer isn’t following the law or something feels 
wrong, give us a call.	 Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries is 	
here to enforce these laws and protect you.
Call:	 971-673-0761   	Email:	 [email protected]  	 	
Web:	 oregon.gov/boli               	Se habla español.	
 ■	Call 	211	 for connections to 	 	
Health 	& Social Services 	 	
 ■	Call 	Lines for Life	  	
1-800-273-8255	 –  	
suicide lifeline 24/7
 ■	National Human Trafficking	  	
Hotline -	1-888-373-7888	
 ■	Liquor license violations – 	 	
Oregon Liquor Control Commission 	 	
 ■	Workplace safety 	& health issues – 	
Oregon OSHA	  	
 ■	Injured worker rights 	& benefits – 	 	
Workers’ Comp	  	
 ■	Minimum wage, overtime, 	 	
unpaid wages, unlawful deductions, 	 	
rest and meal periods, working 	 	
conditions, employment 	 	
discrimination and harassment, 	 	
or employment status – 	Oregon 	 	
Bureau of Labor and Industries	,  	
1-844-304-BOLI (2654)	

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