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Blog Posts in August, 2015

  • Oklahoma law limits damages for wrongful termination plaintiffs

    In previous posts, we have discussed the various reasons why it is unlawful for Oklahoma employers to discriminate against employees or prospective employees. We have also touched on various potential avenues of redress for individuals that believe they have been illegally discriminated against, including the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission or EEOC, the state Attorney General's ...
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  • What state agency handles workplace discrimination in Oklahoma?

    This blog has dealt previously with the filing of complaints with the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). While that entity certainly plays a role in enforcing anti-discrimination laws, there are also state government resources in Oklahoma that are available. In Oklahoma, discrimination investigation and enforcement powers are given to a section of the Oklahoma Attorney ...
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  • Can Oklahoma employees be discriminated against for unionizing?

    We have previously discussed the 'at-will' employment doctrine and how this may affect employees in Oklahoma. One group that might be exempt from the at-will rules are those working unionized jobs. Unions and union jobs provide quite a few benefits to Oklahoma workers. If you are in a workplace that has a union, there is a possibility that the union has a collective bargaining agreement with your ...
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