Employment and Labor Laws

Oklahoma

2016



October 2016

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June 2016


June 6 – Gov. Fallin signed a law preventing employers from requiring applicants to disclose information contained in sealed criminal records.

On June 6, 2016, Gov. Fallin signed a law, amending Oklahoma Statute 22, Section 19, preventing employers from requiring applicants to disclose information contained in sealed criminal records and may not deny employment to an applicant solely for refusing to provide such information.

The law goes into effect November 1, 2016.

For more information, read Oklahoma House Bill 2397, Section 2(f).



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