OCHRS Receives Prestigious SHRM Award for Advancing the HR Profession

The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) recently awarded the Oklahoma City Human Resources Society its prestigious EXCEL Platinum Award for the Chapter’s accomplishments in 2017. Read More

Electronic harassment becoming more prevalent, survey shows

Questions and Answers with OCHRS member Melissa McDuffey, labor and employment attorney at Crowe and Dunlevy Read More

#MeToo movement must start with organization's leaders

Questions and Answers with Paula Williams, a labor and employment attorney with GableGotwals. Read More

Labor Department issues guidance on breaks, travel time and garnishments

Questions and Answers with Kristin Simpsen, a labor and employment attorney with McAfee & Taft. Read More

State Chamber says medical pot would create employment issues

If the medical marijuana question becomes law as written, employers won't be able to make hiring or firing decisions based solely on whether a person holds a marijuana license Read More

New law eliminates tax deductions for confidential sexual harassment settlements

Questions and Answers with Paige Hoster Good, labor and employment attorney with McAfee and Taft Read More

Leaders must create workplaces that A-players want

Questions and Answers with Rob Garibay, an Oklahoma-based executive business coach Read More

Bill would allow free-for-all discussion of pay in the workplace

Questions and Answers with Allen L. Hutson, labor and employment attorney with Crowe and Dunlevy Read More

Complex issues may arise for companies desiring interns

Questions and Answers with Gauri Nautiyal, associate attorney with Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C. Read More

Teacher strike will impact Oklahoma employers, workers

Questions and Answers with Vic Albert, an attorney with Ogletree Deakins Read More