Get Plugged Into HR

During the economic downturn the last few years, many HR professionals found themselves back in the job market and looking in new directions just to stay employed. For the last decade we have heard over and over how good companies are searching for the “right” person to be in the…

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The I-9 is Not That Hard

Many employers struggle with the I-9. While there are a few complexities, it should be a relatively simple process for completing, storing, and tracking. I have performed several I-9 and Employee File Audits and have found the same mistakes among employers. Usually, forms are not stored properly, are missing key…

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HR Bloggers to Receive HRCI Credit

For the more than 108,000 certified human resource professionals, maintaining their Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI) certification may have gotten a little easier. Earlier today, HRCI announced that the organization has updated their recertification policy allowing HR professionals the opportunity to receive up to 2 credits per year for HR…

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Welcome to the OK HR Blog

The Oklahoma HR State Council Blog was established in December of 2010. Our goal is to provide human resource professionals in Oklahoma (and beyond) a resource to learn more about topics, trends, and information that is important to our industry. OK HR serves as a channel of communication between SHRM and our state chapters, we provide education, certification, training, networking and leadership opportunities to a host of HR professionals each year through many conferences. OKHR works with other leading organizations to build and sustain meaningful partnerships. We are advocates for the HR professional and profession; striving to ensure State Policymakers are aware of key HR concerns. (Learn more by visiting our welcome message from our State Director here.)

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