The state’s current pay equity law effectively prohibits employers from offering hiring and retention bonuses.
Author: Kristine de Leon
Blount Fine Foods to shut down NE Portland factory, lay off 198
The Massachusetts-based company had purchased the property in January 2020.
Shoplifting unlikely the driving force in Portland Walmart closures, retail watchers say
America’s largest retailer is set to close its only two Portland stores in two weeks.
Green Zebra grocery to shut down, close all Portland stores at the end of the month
The local grocer cited supply chain woes and the economy as reasons to shutter its three remaining stores in Portland.
Timeline: Portland-area evening commute looks clear with snow kept at bay, but morning ice possible
Any snow during the rest of the week should be fleeting.
Portland-area auto shops slammed after last week’s snowstorm
One Portland shop reported a 40% uptick in calls in the storm’s wake.
War in Ukraine alters lives in Oregon: ‘We’re doing everything we can’
More than 276,000 Ukrainians have fled the country and entered the United States since Feb. 24, 2022
Portland snow leaves grocery stores grappling with delivery delays, short staff
Some suppliers weren’t making deliveries Thursday.
Report finds Portland’s economic struggles are Clark County’s gain
Clark County has seen stronger job and population growth than Multnomah County.
U-Haul driver strikes and kills pedestrian, blocks MAX trains in Gresham
The crash stopped MAX trains in both directions.