SHRM engages in national conversations on significant issues in today’s headlines that are having a real-life impact on employees and employers every day: the skills gap, employment-based immigration, workplace harassment and more. As a SHRM chapter or state council, this is your opportunity to join and amplify the conversation around the most important issues challenging the workplace and its workers. Help us spread the word about the impact of HR on the most pressing issues in the workplace today using the tools provided below. Their campaigns cover important issues facing work, the worker and the workplace, but also the ways in which SHRM is committed to creating positive change in the workplace.
The Oklahoma State Legislator site allows you to find the Oklahoma State House Representative and Oklahoma State Senator that represent you based on your voting district. You can track bills by signing up your email account for notifications as well as review meeting notes from House and Senate meetings.
The United States Senate maintains a site that allows you to research Senators and their committees. It also provides access to legislation and records as well as the art & history located in the Senate building.
There is a visitors page and one for research.
The United States House of Representatives is the primary site to track your Representative. It details the Representatives and their committees as well as any legislative activities.
There is a nice section on learning entitled The House Explained.
Welcome to the HR Policy Action Center! This Center has been developed by the SHRM Government Affairs department as a way to assist HR Advocates — professionals like you — in making your voices heard on public policy issues impacting the workplace. The Policy Action Center is the best resource for staying informed on HR- related federal legislative proposals that Congress is considering. Most importantly, the Center allows your voice to be heard in Washington, DC by providing HR professionals the necessary resources to communicate with lawmakers and their respective staffs.
SHRM Employment Law page provides resources to help you study Employment Law areas, access to Legal Reports that may help with many scenarios, an index of Federal Resources as well as State and Local Resources.
When Oklahoma companies are able to grow, they create jobs and prosperity for our state. Likewise, when they are weighted down by excessive regulation and mandates, businesses fail to reach their potential as economic drivers for our state. A massive number of new legislators have joined the ranks at the state capitol this year. These 57 new representatives and senators will be deciding laws that will directly impact your business and community for years to come. To make it easy for you to find and connect with these new lawmakers, we’ve compiled this New Faces at the Capitol guide.
If you have any questions about legislative programs, please feel free to contact us to see how we can help. Please contact us using the form below: