Time limitation on claim for overtime
- • posting of circular by contractor
When labor is employed by the state or a county, school district, municipality, municipal corporation or subdivision thereof through another as a contractor, any worker employed by the contractor shall be foreclosed from the right to collect for any overtime provided in ORS 279C.540 (Maximum hours of labor on public contracts) unless a claim for payment is filed with the contractor within 90 days from the completion of the contract, providing the contractor has:
(1) Caused a circular clearly printed in boldfaced 12-point type and containing a copy of this section to be posted in a prominent place alongside the door of the timekeeper’s office or in a similar place that is readily available and freely visible to workers employed on the work.
(2) Maintained the circular continuously posted from the inception to the completion of the contract on which workers are or have been employed. [2003 c.794 §145]
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