Overtime Laws in Oregon                                                                                                                               

Most hourly employees in Oregon are eligible for overtime pay if they work more than 40 hours per week (defined by the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) as any seven consecutive working days).

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Employers should be aware of all applicable labor laws and pay regulations, not only Oregon overtime laws, and have procedures in place to assure compliance across the board.

The state of Oregon has additional overtime regulations that apply to people who work in packing houses, logging camps, canneries, and other food processing facilities.

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First, be aware that companies have the right to demand overtime from their staff. Employees who fail to complete their allotted overtime shifts may possibly face reprimand or termination.

Both the pay test and one of the tasks tests listed below must be passed by exempt employees in Oregon. If the conditions are not met, the employee is not exempt.

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Employers in this situation may let workers work up to 84 hours per week for a maximum of four weeks. Following that, they may let workers work up to 80 hours for.....

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