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November 24, 2021

How to Recruit and Retain Employees During a Labor Shortage

Despite historically low unemployment rates across of the U.S., some employers are struggling to find the right talent and keep employees after they’re hired. We’re glad to be joined by Liz Brolick, General Manager of Tulsa-based ProRecruiters, who brings more than 20 years of staffing and recruiting experience to our conversation. In this episode, we discuss potential solutions for companies to consider concerning salaries, workplace flexibility and employee investment, and we’ll also learn what employers should understand about today’s workforce in order to succeed in this challenging area.

 


 

November 5, 2021

Unpacking OSHA’s ETS for Larger Employers

Eight weeks after President Biden announced a federal vaccine mandate to help curb the transmission of COVID-19 in the U.S. workplace, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration has now issued an Emergency Temporary Standard for employers with at least 100 employees. Labor & Employment Practice Group attorney Mary P. Snyder highlights some of the most important takeaways, fast-approaching deadlines and action items that employers should pay attention to in order to comply with the ETS.

Additional Resources: OSHA Issues Long-Awaited COVID-19 Vaccine and Testing Rules for Private EmployersCMS Issues Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination Regulations for Healthcare Facilities

 


 

October 27, 2021

The Elimination of the Oklahoma Durable Power of Attorney for Healthcare

Whether it’s a medical emergency or terminal disease, decisions pertaining to one’s health—especially in end-of-life situations—can be some of the most difficult to make. In some cases, patients rely on an appointed individual to make those decisions for them. On November 1, 2021, House Bill 2548 will go into effect, specifically removing an individual’s ability to execute a durable power of attorney for healthcare purposes. Healthcare Practice Group member Maggie K. Martin discusses key provisions repealed by the new legislation and the limited options that Oklahoma residents can utilize in place of the durable power of attorney.

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