As a business grows, they likely need the extra capacity, energy and expertise that bringing on employees can provide.

On the flip side, employment is a responsibility that comes with legal obligations. A misstep here could result in a complaint or lawsuit around issues like discrimination, failure to provide leave or other required accommodations, unpaid wages and more.

Scroll through the checklist for helping to safely navigate the road to becoming an Oregon employer.

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