Tornado Drills Can Minimize Employers' Liability Risks

Questions & Answers with Chris Thrutchley, labor law attorney with the firm Gablegotwals Read More

Employers Should Be Cautious About Labor Laws, Free Speech

Questions & Answers with Adam Childers, attorney with Crowe and Dunlevy and a member of OCHRS. Read More

Employers Aggressively Evaluate Net Effects to Pharmacy Plans

Questions and Answers with Teah Corley, CEO of Employer Advocates Read More

Chipotle Case Underscores Right to Post about Working Conditions

Questions & Answers with Paula Williams, attorney with the law firm Gablegotwals. Read More

SHRM Urges Action from Members

SHRM issued a call to action to support certain legislation in a letter to chapter presidents. Read More

OCHRS Presented Citation by Rep Cyndi Munson

At the March OCHRS membership meeting, State Representative Cyndi Munson recognized OCHRS for 46 years as a SHRM affiliated chapter to President-Elect Anna Jacks and four past chapter presidents. Read More

‘Opt-out' workers' Compensation Challenges Continue in Oklahoma

Questions & Answers with Christina Cupp, attorney with Crowe and Dunlevy's Tulsa office and a speaker at our March OCHRS meeting March 24th Read More

Plan Exit Interviews for Workers Privy to Proprietary Information

Questions & Answers with Rachel Blue, attorney with McAfee and Taft Read More

Employers Would be Wise to Consider Zika virus Implications

Questions & Answers with Madalene Witterholt, attorney with Crowe & Dunlevy's Tulsa office Read More

Governor Mary Fallin Orders State Agencies to Remove Question about Felony Convictions from Job Applications

OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin today signed an executive order directing state agencies to eliminate questions about prior felony convictions from employment applications. Read More