Oregon Live Entertainment Workers Poster


The Oregon Live Entertainment Workers Poster must be posted in live entertainment facilities which employ a significant number of entertainment contractors.

12″ x 18″ – Poly Vinyl both sides.

SKU: 37724

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The Oregon Live Entertainment Workers Poster provides guidance on how to determine if a worker is an independent contractor or an employee, as well as describing protections afforded to independent contractors (such as the right to negotiate agreements in civil court) and employees (such as minimum wage and overtime pay).

The poster also provides a list of resources and contacts for workers to seek assistance with common legal questions and concerns, including the new toll-free Entertainer Rights Hotline.

Independent contractors and employees have different rights under the law. Under state law, workers who provide service for pay are employees unless they meet the definition of independent contractor.

Posting Requirement

The operator of a live entertainment facility must display the Oregon Live Entertainment Workers Poster in a conspicuous manner in a sufficient number of places to be read by all persons working in the establishment. (O.R.S. 621.205)

“Live entertainment facility” is defined as a place of public accommodation:

  • That contains 600 or fewer fixed seats;
  • That is operated for profit;
  • That is privately owned;
  • For which the performance of live entertainment is a contributing factor in the generation of revenue; and
  • For which the number of live entertainment contractors exceeds the number of employees for at least 2 days during each week the facility is open to the public.