BOLI execs struggle to explain last-minute act on major Oregon pay law

SALEM - Oregon senators put state labor regulators in the hot seat Wednesday over why they waited 18 months to finalize rules for Oregon’s landmark pay equity law, which takes force Jan. 1.

Lawmakers summoned officials with the state Bureau of Labor and Industries, known as BOLI, to the Capitol to respond to complaints from businesses. Employers said the agency didn’t give enough guidance or advance notice on how . . .

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