Q: Can you receive Workman's Comp based on mental health issues? Is my employer violating Oregon employment laws?
I'm a Property Manager. I'm officially "part-time" but haven't worked less than 40+ hours per week since I started over a year ago. My employer offers insurance benefits to full-time employees only. My employer requires me to live on site and pay $850 rent/no discount. I'm also on call 24/7 therefore can't travel, etc but do not get paid for that time. I'm having a dispute with my employer now as I have PTSD and have received physical threats from a former "Resident" and feel unsafe living here. I'm a Domestic Violence survivor as well. Do you think you could help me resolve this issue? I've been missing alot of work due to anxiety, etc. from my PTSD and think I will be fired soon. When you are fired by my employer you are immediately trespassed from the property and don't have time to pack up and get your belongings. I'm living in fear from minute to minute and wonder if you could advise me? Please and thank you.
Try contacting a WC attorney about that part of your question. Note, attorneys cannot solicit your business, you have to contact them.
Meanwhile, unclear as to what sort of property manager you are, as in for apartments or say a self-storage place. If you are to apartments, review this: http://www.oregon.gov/boli/TA/pages/t_faq_tamgrapt.aspx
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