ORS 653.428
Good faith estimate of work schedule


An employer shall provide a new employee with a written good faith estimate of the employee’s work schedule at the time of hire. The good faith estimate:


Shall state the median number of hours the employee can expect to work in an average one-month period;


Shall explain the voluntary standby list described in ORS 653.432 (Voluntary standby list) and provide the written notice required in ORS 653.432 (Voluntary standby list);


Shall indicate whether an employee who is not on the voluntary standby list can expect to work on-call shifts and, if so, set forth an objective standard for when an employee not listed on the voluntary standby list may be expected to be available to work on-call shifts; and


May be based on a prior year schedule if it is a good faith estimate of seasonal or episodic work.


The employer shall include the good faith estimate in the language the employer typically uses to communicate with the employee. [2017 c.691 §4]
Note: See note under 653.412 (Definitions).

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