Oregon Family Leave Act (OFLA) Poster
The Oregon Family Leave Act (OFLA) Poster is a labor law posters poster by the Oregon Bureau Of Labor and Industry. This poster is mandatory for some employers, including employers with 25 or more employees.
This poster must be posted in a conspicuous place where employees of employers with 25 or more employees will see it. This poster describes what reasons an employee can go away for family leave, who is eligible for family leave, how long an employee can leave for, how much notice an employee must give an employer before leaving, whether family leave is unpaid or paid, and how an employee's job is protected while on family leave.
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▶ This time is protected, but often unpaid unless you have vacation, sic\ k, or other paid leave available. Paid family leave will be available in 2023. ▶ To be eligible, you must have worked an average of 25 hours per week for 180 days - just 180 days for parental leave. Separation from employment or removal from the schedule for up to 180 days does not count against eligibility. During a public health emergency, you are eligible for all types of OFLA leave after working for at least 30 days prior at an average of at least 25 hours per week. Your employer must have at least 25 employees. ▶ You can take up to a total of 12 weeks of time off per year for any of these reasons. You can take time off to take care of yourself or close family members under the Oregon Family Leave Act (OFLA). » Parental leave for either parent to take time off for the birth, adoption, or foster placement of a child. If you use all 12 weeks, you can take up to 12 more weeks for sick child leave. » Serious health condition of your own, or to care for a family member. » Pregnancy disability leave before or after birth of child or for prenatal care. You can take up to 12 weeks of this in addition to 12 weeks for any reason listed here. » Military family leave up to 14 days if your spouse is a service member who has been called to active duty or is on leave from active duty. » Sick child leave for your child with an illness, injury or condition that requires home care but is not serious, or to care for a child whose school or place of care is closed because of a public health emergency. » Bereavement leave for up to 2 weeks after the death of a family member. OREGON FAMILY LEAVE ▶ Your employer must keep giving you the same health insurance benefits as when you are working. When you come back you must be returned to your former job or a similar position if your old job no longer exists. OREGON LAWS Protect You At Wo rk July 2023 - June 2024 If your employer isn’t following the law or something feels wrong, give us a call. The Bureau of Labor and Industries is here to enforce these laws and protect you. CONTACT US Call: 971-245-3844 Email: [email protected] Web: oregon.gov/boli Se habla español.
Other Oregon Labor Law Posters 4 PDFS
There are an additional thirteen optional and mandatory Oregon labor law posters that may be relevant to your business. Be sure to also print all relevant state labor law posters, as well as all mandatory federal labor law posters.
- Original poster PDF https://www.oregon.gov/boli/employers/Documents/BOLI_Printable_FamilyMedLv.pdf , updated September 2023
- Oregon Labor Law Posters at http://www.oregon.gov/BOLI/TA/pages/req_post.aspx
- Oregon Bureau Of Labor and Industry
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