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Blog Posts in December, 2015

  • How does unionization affect employee rights in Oklahoma?

    We have discussed several different topics in this space regarding the rights of workers and the responsibilities of employers to those workers they employ. Generally, we have focused on the rights of individual workers and how the law affects them. The reasons for this are twofold: one, most people are interested in what they themselves can do if treated unfairly and two, most employees in ...
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  • Is mediation a good choice for Oklahoma sex discrimination?

    About a month ago, we discussed what might constitute a 'hostile working environment' for Oklahoma employees who may be experiencing sexual harassment or discrimination based upon their gender or appearance. We have also previously touched on some of the basic ways to go about filing employment discrimination claims, including contacting the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission or the ...
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  • What is ERISA for Oklahoma workers?

    This blog has previously discussed several types of minimum benefits that the federal government requires that employers provide their employees in Oklahoma and other states. These include minimum wage, certain safety conditions in the workplace, and protection from several types of discriminatory practice. One we talked about a month ago dealt with providing the option for employees to continue ...
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  • Air Force reservist files federal wrongful termination suit

    Previously in this space, we have discussed the fact that it is illegal under federal law to discriminate against an employee on the basis of his or her military service, even if that service takes the individual away from his or her job for periods of time. The Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act protects the right of members of the armed forces to be free from ...
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