Under certain circumstances, Oregon law may require employers to pay employees for time spent in employment-related training.  

This may be true even when the training occurs before the employee is “officially” hired and placed on the company payroll. 

If you were required to attend a job-related training, workshop, or conference there is a very good chance you should be compensated for your time spent in such “training”.  

If you attended a pre-employment training and were not subsequently hired, or if you were hired and were not paid for the training, you may have a claim for unpaid wages and a penalty. 

CONTACT Leiman Law, PC for a FREE,  no cost, no obligation confidential consultation to discuss your possible claims.