Oklahoma Law Prohibits Discrimination Poster Peel 'N Post

Oklahoma Law Prohibits Discrimination in Employment Peel ‘N Post

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Oklahoma's Department of Labor and the Oklahoma Attorney General, Office of Civil Rights Enforcement require employers to post a notice informing employees of their rights under Oklahoma's law against employment discrimination.

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Who needs the Oklahoma Law Prohibits Discrimination in Employment Peel ‘N Post sticker?
Oklahoma employers with a current Oklahoma All-On-One Labor Law Poster can use the Oklahoma Law Prohibits Discrimination in Employment Peel ‘N Post sticker to update their posters and comply with employee notification requirements in one easy step.  The Oklahoma Department of Labor, the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission and the Oklahoma Office of the Attorney General require employers to post this labor law notice.

 

What information on the Oklahoma Law Prohibits Discrimination in Employment notice changed?
  • The notice has been revised to more concisely state the protected categories and the employment practices covered by Oklahoma’s law against discrimination in employment.
  • New contact information for the Office of the Oklahoma Attorney General, Office of Civil Rights Enforcement (OCRE) is provided. New information includes:
    • the OCRE’s Oklahoma City Office mailing address and telephone number
    • the Oklahoma Attorney General’s website address
    • the OCRE’s email address

 

Why is this information important?
Employees who believe their rights have been violated are required to file a complaint with the OCRE within prescribed time limits and be issued a Notice of Right to Sue before commencing a civil action for employment discrimination. A delay in filing a complaint may affect an employee’s legal rights. (Oklahoma Statutes, Sec. 25-1350)

 

Who is required to post?
Oklahoma’s law against discrimination in employment is applicable to employers with one or more employees.
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