Human Resources & Labor Law

Issue Briefs

Right To Work

Accountability for a Competitive Economy (ACE) Books

2016 ACE Book
2015 ACE Book
2014 ACE Book

2017 Legislative Initiatives

  • Support stronger laws that require unemployed individuals to actively be looking for work in order to collect unemployment compensation benefits
  • Support statutory penalties for unemployment compensation fraud that are similar to those for workers’ compensation fraud
  • Support allowing employers to require, as a condition of employment, that an employee, or applicant for employment, abstain from smoking or using tobacco products at any time
  • Oppose any legislation that interferes with the employer/employee relationship

Human Resources & Labor Law Committee

Staff: Mike Seney      Chair: Stephanie Phipps       Vice Chair: Courtney Warmington
Purpose: To ensure Oklahoma employers are competing on a level playing field with other states when it comes to the laws and regulations they have to comply with, particularly in the area of employment law.