Labor law posters help to keep businesses compliant

Q & A with Leslie L. Lynch, attorney with GableGotwals, Oklahoma City Read More

Oklahoma employers must abide by federal Pregnancy Discrimination Act

Q&A with Courtney Bru, attorney with McAfee and Taft, Oklahoma City Read More

Medical privacy rights extend usually as far as patient allows

Q&A with Mary Holloway Richard, attorney with the firm Phillips Murrah, Oklahoma City Read More

Steps managers can take to ease terminating employee

Q&A with Gayla Sherry Managers can take several steps to ease termination of employee Read More

Leave of absence case sets limit for reasonable accommodation

Questions and Answers with Daniel Johnson, Director at Crowe & Dunlevy, Oklahoma City Read More

Sexual orientation discrimination is about more than benefits

Question and Answers with Leonard Court, Director at Crowe & Dunlevy, Oklahoma City Read More

Retirement funds may be exempt

Q&A with Jim Prince, Crowe & Dunlevy Employee Benefit group Read More

Workers' comp rates decline

For the second straight year, workers' compensation loss costs used by insurers to determine rates for Oklahoma employers will show an overall decrease. The National Council on Compensation Insurance has filed an overall loss cost level decrease of 7.8 percent, bringing the total two-year decrease to 22.4 percent. Read More

Number of jobless in OKC tumbles

Oklahoma City's unemployment rate — already one of the lowest in the nation among large cities — improved in July, as did the rates in more than two-thirds of the state's counties. Read More