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  • Non Proftis in Oregon Oregon

    I am HAPPILY employed on an hourly basis (part time) at a non profit in Oregon. Due to budget cuts and lack of staff I want to know if I can choose to voluntarily come in on my days off (I initiated this idea, not my employer) and volunteer in my job capacity in my area, legally. Would I, or the non profit be violating any laws if I choose to do this?

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    Doing what you normally do? No. If you're performing your regular services, you must be paid.

    There are very limited situations in which you could do so; a perfect example is, say, you're the accountant, and you volunteer to man the dunking booth at a fund-raising carnival. However, if you "volunteered" to keep the books for the carnival, that time would have to br paif.
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      http://www.dol.gov:80/elaws/esa/flsa...volunteers.asp
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