Individuals engaged in commuter ridesharing not subject workers
- • conditions
(1) For the purpose of this chapter, an individual is not a subject worker while commuting in a voluntary commuter ridesharing arrangement unless:
(a) The worker is reimbursed for travel expenses incurred therein;
(b) The worker receives payment for commuting time from the employer; or
(c) The employer makes an election to provide coverage for the worker pursuant to ORS 656.039 (Election of coverage for workers not subject to law).
(2) As used in this section “voluntary commuter ridesharing arrangement” means a carpool or vanpool arrangement in which participation is not required as a condition of employment and in which not more than 15 persons are transported to and from their places of employment, in a single daily round trip where the driver also is on the way to or from the driver’s place of employment. [1981 c.227 §4]
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