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OREGON: Payroll law update, July-Dec. 2011

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Child support. Beginning Jan. 1, 2012, the maximum that can be withheld from lump-sum payments to employees will increase to 50% of the payment, up from 25%. (Ch. 317, L. 2011)

Family leave. Beginning Aug. 2, 2011, employers that have at least six employees on the payroll each day for 20 weeks during the current or preceding year must allow unpaid leave to employees if they or their dependents have been the victims of harassment. Employees may substitute paid leave. To be eligible, employees must have worked an average of at least 25 hours a week for at least 180 days before leave is taken. Leave may be taken to address legal or medical issues. Employees must give advance notice of leave, unless advance notice isn’t feasible. Employers may require employees to provide certification within a reasonable amount of time of the need for leave. (Ch. 687, L. 2010)

Garnishment. Beginning June 2, 2011, employees whose disposable earn...(register to read more)

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