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It’s OKHR Award Season!

Take this opportunity click on the award below and nominate a deserving HR professional
for each of the following prestigious honors:

Crowe and Dunlevy Award of Excellence *


OKHR Emerging Leader **

Michelle and Kyle Killingsworth Volunteer Leader of the Year ***

Nomination Deadline: June 30, 2020

Award Criteria

*This award is given to recognize and honor outstanding achievement in the field of Human Resource Management. The award signifies a professional who demonstrates the SHRM mission of “STP – Serving the HR Professional” and “ATP – Advancing the Profession”.  Candidates should be viewed as role models for the profession, leaders rather than followers, who apply and share their professional expertise and leadership both within and outside of the organization.

**The nominee must be a member in good standing of SHRM and a current member of a local Oklahoma Chapter, They must have 5 years or less experience in the HR Field and have made a significant contribution to OKHR and/or the HR profession. They must also have shown outstanding promise for continuing service and leadership and it is preferred they are a certified HR Professional by HRCI or SHRM. They must not have previously received an Emerging Leader Award

*** The nominee must be a current BOD member of a local chapter or the State Council.


FFCRA Virtual Panel Part II—Need-to-Know Regulatory Guidance


On April Fools’ Day, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) issued the much anticipated regulations that accompany the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA). These regulations span 124 pages and touch on many of the topics and questions generated by the FFCRA and multiple versions of Q&As released by the DOL within the last week.

To help you better navigate these new regulations, our Labor & Employment Practice Group provides a virtual panel and an overview of the regulations to make it easier for you to quickly find the regulatory guidance most important to your workplace.


Families First Coronavirus Response Act - Virtual Panel Discussion

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) represents a monumental shift in employment law, building on the framework of the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), and providing new categories of paid emergency FMLA leave and paid emergency sick leave. Crowe & Dunlevy, in partnership with Oklahoma Human Resources state council, hosted a panel of its Labor & Employment Practice Group attorneys who have been working tirelessly with the business community to find answers in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This recorded panel explains what the FFCRA requires, how to comply, the legal pitfalls to avoid and what steps you should be taking now to prepare your workforce for the seismic changes that come with this new law.




Submit your information to be connected to businesses currently hiring 

The Oklahoma Office of Workforce Development is working closely with the Oklahoma Grocers Association, Oklahoma Retail Association, and Oklahoma Hospitality and Restaurant Associations to try and match
out-of-work Oklahomans with industries who need employees to fill current job openings. Many grocers and retail employers in areas across the state are actively hiring and need to fill positions immediately.
This effort will quickly connect job-seekers to
employers who need new workers right now.

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