AOI members are encouraged to join Unite for the Knight, a unique coalition of Oregon business and labor working together to raise money for the Knight Cancer Challenge.
YEBW’s hands-on curriculum is designed to give high school students the knowledge and confidence they need to succeed in school, work, and life. Registration is now open!
AOI members may be eligible for some of Oregon's most generous workers' comp insurance discounts through AOI CompSAFE.
This comprehensive resource details your association’s stance on over 70 public policy issues.
AOI's education interests this Session included stabilizing and increasing funding for Career & Technical Education (CTE) programs, creating a broader role for the former Engineering Technology Industry Council (ETIC), and providing a solid funding base for post-secondary education. At the other end of the education spectrum, AOI supported early learning funding increases as well as a bill to create mixed-delivery preschool programs.
Democratic majorities in the House and Senate flooded the Capitol with anti-business employment mandates this Session. As the dust cleared, it became apparent that one of the majority party's highest priorities was a statewide paid sick leave mandate. Passage of this mandate absorbed a great deal of those legislators' time and political capital.
For the business community, the 2015 Legislative Session had its ups and downs with both environment and energy policy.