OAR 436-110-0337
Wage Subsidy — Worker Activated

A wage subsidy may be requested by a worker as follows:


The worker and employer must complete and sign Form 2190, “Preferred Worker Wage Subsidy Agreement,” and submit it to the division within three years of the date of hire.


A preferred worker may use wage subsidy as many times as needed, up to a maximum total reimbursement of $40,000. A worker with an exceptional disability may use wage subsidy twice with no maximum total reimbursement rate. The maximum total reimbursement will be restored if there is a subsequent claim closure, and the worker is unable to return to regular work.


If the employer at injury uses wage subsidy for a job, the worker may not use wage subsidy for the same job.


A worker can use a second wage subsidy with the same employer for a new job if:


The majority of job duties have changed; and


At least one year has passed from the end of the first wage subsidy period.

Source: Rule 436-110-0337 — Wage Subsidy — Worker Activated, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=436-110-0337.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 436-110-0337’s source at or​.us