What Employers Can Expect When Their Employees Are Expecting

Nearly three in five employees will continue working during pregnancy and it is the duty of an employer to treat their employees fairly. Read More

Oklahoma Employers See New Trends in Monitoring Employees' Use of Technology

Questions and Answers with Courtney Warmington, attorney with Crowe and Dunlevy in Oklahoma City, and General Counsel for the Oklahoma State Council for Human Resource Management Read More

Workplace Drug and Alcohol Testing

The Department of Labor estimates the costs of drug use and abuse in the workplace to cost US employers between $75 and $100 billion annually. Surveys indicate that about 10% of employees, either in a full-time or part-time status, abuse alcohol and/or drugs. That is roughly 14 million people in the workforce! Read More

Oklahoma lawyer says employee benefit plan fiduciaries must keep reviewing investments

Questions & Answers with Barbara Klepper, attorney with the firm McAfee and Taft Read More

Summer Dress Code Policies Should Include Nondiscrimination Statements

Questions and Answers with Tanya Bryant, attorney shareholder with Crowe & Dunlevy Read More

Oklahoma Unemployment Law Changes Let Businesses Fight Claims More Quickly

Questions & Answers with Vic Albert, partner-attorney with Conner & Winters, LLP Read More

Pre-Employment Screening Regulations: Approach with Caution

Pre-employment screening is a balancing act between the employer and future employee. While the employer has an obligation to conduct due diligence and prevent negligent hiring practices, they must do so legally. Read More

The Cost of Bullying

While bullying itself is not illegal, there can be serious liability placed on the organization when it occurs. You are not immune! One federal appeals court found that bullying behavior can have a more severe impact on women who are likely to be more physically intimidated due to factors such as size and power inequities. Read More

Oklahoma City's jobless rate falls to 3.3%, ties for lowest in nation

Jobless rates fall in 72 of Oklahoma's 77 counties in March Read More

New Oklahoma Law Allows Employers to Give Preference to Veterans

Questions & Answers with Vic Albert, partner-attorney at Conner & Winters in Oklahoma City Read More