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Where to start a career? Most Oklahoma grads stay in state

05/21/2017
Read about Oklahoma City and Tulsa in this article about the job potential in Oklahoma for our college graduates Read More

Prudent Employers May Want to Self-inspect I-9 Documents

05/17/2017
Questions and Answers with Mary Snyder, attorney with the firm Crowe & Dunlevy. Read More

HR Job Outlook Remains Robust

05/12/2017
The outlook is robust for human resource management job opportunities. The HR profession continues to grow in importance to oversee the talent management and productivity strategies that ultimately impact every organization’s bottom line. Read More

Train all employees on sexual harassment to avoid liability

05/04/2017
Questions and Answers with Chris Thrutchley, a shareholder attorney with GableGotwals. Read More

Defense department promotes cooperation between Reserve members, employers

04/26/2017
Questions and Answers with Gary H. Foster, state chairman for Oklahoma Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve. The OESGR is our October chapter meeting sponsor. Read More

Many states are moving toward mandated family leave

04/21/2017
Questions and Answers with Adam Childers, from the law firm Crowe & Dunlevy and co-chair of the firm's labor and employment practice group. Read More

With Gorsuch's Swearing in, Employers Should Watch for Cases Involving Workplace Issues

04/14/2017
Questions & Answers with Vic Albert, attorney with the law firm Ogletree Deakins. Read More

Federal court finds Title VII Forbids Sexual Orientation Discrimination

04/06/2017
Questions & Answers with Kristin Simpsen, attorney with McAfee and Taft Read More

Should Marijuana Be Removed from Pre-Employment Drug Screens?

04/06/2017
Employers are facing a conundrum. Should they stop testing applicants for marijuana use now that more states have legalized it for medicinal or recreational purposes and popular acceptance of the substance has spread? Read More

In Focus: Court Says Civil Rights Act Prohibits Sexual Orientation Discrimination Against Workers

04/05/2017
The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has adopted the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's position that federal law prohibits sexual orientation discrimination, creating a split among the appeals courts that is likely to be resolved by the U.S. Supreme Court Read More