Posts in Employee Rights
Does an Oklahoma employer have to give time off to vote?

While national elections are still a year away, primary campaign season for both the Republican and Democratic parties is heating up. With many of the myriad of candidates in the news every day, Oklahoma residents may be beginning to contemplate how he or she may cast their ballots in the primaries next spring, the general election the following fall and local elections that take place every year.

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What is 'reasonable accommodation' under the ADA?

This blog has previously discussed various aspects of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the federal law that prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities. Part of avoiding discrimination under the ADA is that employers must make "reasonable accommodations" for people with disabilities so that they can apply for and perform certain jobs.

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Oklahomans who are "illegal" still must be compensated fairly

Immigration in general, and "illegal" immigration in particular, seem to be hot subjects across the United States. The arguments for and against comprehensive immigration reform fill the airwaves from coast to coast. Regardless of your opinion on these issues, whether you are an employer or an employee, there is one thing Oklahoma residents should understand: wage and hour laws apply to everyone.

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