-Employees can take up to 12 weeks paid leave in a 52-week period (starting the Sunday before their leave begins) for family, medical, or safe leave. If pregnant, in some situations, an employee may be able to take up to 2 more weeks for a total of 14 weeks.
-Employees can choose when and how to take the time off, as long as they take entire days or weeks
-Paid Leave pays employees a percentage of their wages while on leave
-Paid Leave protects an employee's job and role if they have worked for the same employer for at least 90 consecutive days
-Family leave includes: the birth of a child, leave to bond with a child in the first year (after birth, through adoption, when placed in a home through foster care), and leave to care for a family member with a serious health condition
-Medical leave includes: time for the employee to care for themselves when they have a serious medical condition
-Safe leave includes: survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence harassment, bias crimes, or stalking
875 Union Street NE
Salem, OR 97311
Eligibility: -If someone is eligible for benefits, they are eligible to participate in Paid Leave. Employees who currently work in Oregon and who made at leave $1,000 in Oregon in their base year before they apply for Paid Leave may be eligible for benefits.
-If a person works full time, part time, or for more than one job or employer, they may apply
-If a person is self-employed or an independent contractor, they are not automatically covered but they can choose coverage
-Tribal governments are not automatically covered and are not required to participate but can choose to offer coverage to their employees
-Federal government employees are not eligible
-Elected officials, judges, and holders of public office are not eligible
Hours: Online: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
Phone Hours: Tuesday-Friday- 9am-4pm
Phone/FAX Numbers
  • (833) 854-1122 Claims To File Intermittent Weekly Claims Only
  • (503) 370-5400 Local PUA Hotline
  • (833) 854-0166 Helpline
INTAKE PROCEDURE: Visit website for information or to apply online.
FEES: None
DOCUMENTS: The following information is needed to create an account:
-Social Security Number (SSN) or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN)
-Date of Birth
-Home address and mailing address, if different from home address
-Email address
LANGUAGES: English, Spanish, Russian, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, Arabic
AREA SERVED: State of Oregon
  • Unemployment Insurance
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