Each legislative session seems to add to the weight of employment regulations on businesses, and the 2019 legislative session is certainly no exception.
Get a comprehensive view of unemployment tax, benefits and policy looking to 2020 and beyond at the National Unemployment Insurance Policy Conference.
Oregon Business & Industry celebrated jobs, employers, businesses, companies and Oregon’s economy at the 2019 Annual Meeting on Tuesday.
The past few weeks have been intense times in the Legislature and at Oregon Business & Industry, as the OBI team has been rigorously working to protect member interests in scores of bills impacting business.
Oregon businesses care about the Earth and work every day to help the environment. On Earth Day 2019, we’re listing a few ways Oregon employers take care of the place we call home.
As we get deeper into the 2019 Legislative Session, a familiar specter is back: the runaway costs of the Public Employees Retirement System.
In the 2019 Oregon Legislature, lawmakers are proposing tax increases to fund $2 billion toward education. This proposal does not take into account the skyrocketing cost of the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), which will likely eat up much of any new revenue generated from new taxes proposed this year.
Legislators need to hear from Oregon Business & Industry members about how an inflated family leave proposal could hurt Oregon’s economy, businesses and workers.
Oregon legislators are looking to boost education funding by $2 billion through tax increases on the business community.
In the 2019 legislative session, the OBI team is closely following tax bills and bills related to employment regulation.