EEO - Discrimination: Oklahoma
- Discrimination Under the Oklahoma Anti-Discrimination Act
- Bona Fide Occupational Qualifications and Affirmative Action Plans
- Preemployment Inquiries
- Employment Applications
- Protected Classes
- Sex, Marriage and Pregnancy
- National Origin, Citizenship and English Only Law
- Genetic Information and Testing
- Smokers' Rights
- Freedom of Conscience Act
- Filing Requirements Under the Oklahoma Human Rights Commission
- Damages and Statutes of Limitations
- Recordkeeping for the Oklahoma Human Rights Commission
- Oklahoma City Municipal Code
- Future Developments
- Additional Resources
The below content should be reviewed in conjunction with the in-depth federal coverage of this topic provided above.
- Oklahoma's Anti-Discrimination Act prohibits employers from discriminating on the basis of an employee's protected status. See Discrimination Under the Oklahoma Anti-Discrimination Act.
- Certain religious organizations are exempt from the Anti-Discrimination Act and may base hiring decisions on religion. See Coverage.
- Oklahoma employers may not discriminate against employees or prospective employees who smoke during non-working hours. See Smokers' Rights.
- Before an employee may initiate a lawsuit against an employer for discrimination, the employee must first exhaust all available administrative remedies. See Filing Requirements Under the Oklahoma Human Rights Commission.