Employment Offer: Oklahoma
Federal law and guidance on this subject should be reviewed together with this section.
Author: Jonathan G. Rector, Crowe & Dunlevy P.C.
- Employers in Oklahoma should be aware that certain promises or assurances of continued employment can convert an at-will employee to an employee with an implied contract for employment. See Converting At-Will Employment Into an Implied Contract.
- Employers may make an employment offer conditioned on the results of a drug and alcohol test. See Conditional Employment Offers.
- If an employer needs to withdraw an employment offer, it should notify the candidate as soon as possible, both orally and in writing. See Withdrawing an Employment Offer.