Due to the overwhelming amount of employment law questions to our firm, Atkins & Markoff would like to provide some basic information via our website. This does not constitute legal advice. Our firm does not currently handle employment law issues and we cannot provide legal advice via phone calls or email at this time.
However, Tom Cummings, Attorney-at-Law, is available to answer your questions. Mr. Cummings is not affiliated with Atkins & Markoff, however, he is available to answer your emails. Please email Tom your questions at:
Employment Law Oklahoma City
Oklahoma Employment law is one of the most complex and challenging areas of law for most people to understand. However, it is absolutely imperative that employees know their rights in the workplace so that they are not abused or taken advantage of by dishonest or irresponsible employers.
Employment law Oklahoma considers the various circumstances that may come up during the process of one’s employment. Some of the more popular areas of employment law include wage and hours of work, family and medical leave, and equal opportunity issues. Attorneys who specialize in employment law have experience studying a broad range of legal issues that affect employees and employers.
Federal and state regulations exist so that you and your family are protected against deceitful business practices by employers. If you believe your rights have been violated, it is important that you discuss your experiences with an experienced attorney. By taking legal action against those responsible, you can call attention to their unscrupulous actions and fight for justice. Contact an understanding lawyer at Atkins & Markoff today.
Oklahoma City Employment Law Topics
Common questions and answers regarding employment law.
Oklahoma Employment Law Overview
Most employers are required to follow legal standards related to wages and hours of work, safety and health of employees, and health benefits and retirement standards. However, additional requirements exist for employers who receive federal assistance and employers in specific industries.
Wages and Hours of Work - Oklahoma City
The Fair Labor Standards Act governs minimum wage and overtime pay standards as well as child labor and recordkeeping standards for most employers.
Family Medical Leave
The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) affords employees the opportunity to take unpaid leave from work for certain reasons.
EEO laws are designed to prohibit job discrimination and provide equal opportunity for people of all backgrounds in the workplace.