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The statewide Transient Lodging Tax will increase from 1.0 percent to 1.8 percent after July 1.
The guidance is an important resource to help businesses comply with the menu labeling final rule.
BOLI draft rules are problematic for small employers, especially those with employees working / delivering in multiple destinations.
Bend needs more money for street work in summer 2017.
Sponsors of a push to privatize liquor sales in Oregon have called off their attempt to get the measure on the November ballot.
Understand the three tiers of step increases based on geography and how it may affect jobs.
Apr. 4, 2016 - Statesman Journal
South Salem culinary team's menu is something you'd expect to find at a Michelin Star restaurant.
The state would be taken out of the liquor business if measure to privatize liquor sales passes in November.
The new disclosure requirement extends to communications between the employer and the consultant.
Small businesses concerned at the state’s pledge to raise its rate over six years to the highest in the country.
Public and private sectors unite in support of legislation to halt proposed Department of Labor Rule on overtime.
Following the recent ruling on tip pools, ORLA shares recommended options for Oregon operators.
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