The Bureau of Oregon Labor & Industries released their final rules for employers and employees on Oregon’s groundbreaking Equal Pay Act, passed by the 2017 Oregon legislature 영화 더콜 다운로드.
The new law that goes into effect on January 1, 2019 requires that employees be paid equally for comparable work regardless of gender or any of Oregon’s ten other protected classes 스타1 캠페인 다운로드.
We believe this will be the most challenging human resources issue for most of our Chamber members over the next year. Further complicating matters – and increasing the level of urgency – is that lawsuits are allowed based on violations of the law starting on January 1st 다운로드.
Amanda Clark, Raindrop Social Media
Bianetth Valdez, HomePlate Youth Services
Catherine Ellis, Tualatin Hills Park & Rec
Curtis Dent, Aliat
Danielle Schira, Rebuilding Together Washington County
Dianna Ballash, COB – Mayor’s Office PI Coordinator
Eric Schmidt, Communications Consultant/COB
Glenn Bishop, Dirkse Counseling & Consulting
Hailey Mason, Big Al’s Progress Ridge
Jason Edwards, Koeber’s Interiors
Jerome Sibayan, Retired US Army/ COB
Jody Yates, COB – Site Development Manager
Jose Materan, COB
Joyce Barnard, COB – Mayor’s Office
Karla Barrett-Curtis, Beaverton School District
Keiley Baldwin, Cedar Sinai Park
Keith Welch, Beaverton Police Department
Kim Haughn, Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue
Kyle Gallacher-Turner, Rivermark Community Credit Union
Linda Evans, Twichell Beaverton Arts Foundation
Lori Baker, Tualatin Hills Park & Rec
Matt Altman, Portland Community College
Nik Stice, Columbia Bank
Nike – TBA
Rena Van Meter, Imagine Possibilities
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Shaughn Sandford, Keller Williams
Todd Juhasz, COB-Transportation Division Manager
Toni Loch, Family Justice Center of Washington County
Tyler Ross, Payne West Insurance
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Lacey Beaty, Beaverton City Council Position 1
Laura Mitchell, Beaverton City Council Position 2
Marc San Soucie, Beaverton City Council Position 5
Pam Treece, Washington County District 2
Ryan Deckert, Washington County Chair
Juan Carlos Gonzalez, Metro Seat 4
Please join us by donating your used purses, make up bags and all kinds of toiletries 딴따라 다운로드!
Project Homeless Connect is January 27th and we will collect up to January 20, 2017.이누야샤 1기 다운로드
The Class of 2016 is launching Beaverton Awareness Day May 14
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Beaverton Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Lorraine Clarno, ACE was recognized for renewing her Accredited Chamber Executive (ACE) status at the Western Association of Chamber Executives (W.A.C.E.) annual conference in Burlingame, CA 다운로드.
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Beaverton City Council Position No 모바일 티 월드. 1 – Lacey Beaty
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Join us Saturday, November 9th. 9am – 1pm 다운로드. Bring wheel barrels, rakes, shovels and more.
March 19th & 20 the Advocacy Council and Board of Directors supported the local option levy #34-204 다운로드. While far from a “fix”, if passed it should ensure no further drastic cuts to our classrooms.
The BACCPAC met today, April 3, and uninanmously voted to contribute $3,000 to the campaign committee eyetv. This