- Permanent Rules
- Summary of Rules Changes - PDF
- Summary of Rules Changes - eLearning
- Select additional resources at the bottom within this eLearning.
- Complaint Process Flowchart
- Progressive Discipline Standards
- Frequently Asked Questions
The Civil Service Division of OMES Human Capital Management was established by House Bill 1146, the Civil Service and Human Capital Modernization Act. The purpose of the act is to modernize and reform the state’s civil service system by consolidating administrative human resource functions under the state’s central Human Capital Management division and to establish and maintain a State Employee Dispute Resolution Program to provide dispute resolution services for state agencies and their employees.
Through the State Employee Dispute Resolution Program, the Civil Service Division gives state agencies and employees an economical option for resolving conflicts stemming from disciplinary actions. The SEDRP gives the parties the opportunity to make decisions on the outcome of their complaint through mediation. The Civil Service Division also organizes, prepares and schedules a formal hearing process with an administrative law judge if complaints are not resolved through mediation.
To provide state employees a fair and consistent complaint process that is easy to navigate and provides a quick resolution.
A two-day mediator training will be conducted in Oklahoma City. The final training date is still to-be-determined, but will most likely be in early August 2023.
Mediation Session will be conducted mainly in the Will Rogers Building located at 2401 N Lincoln Blvd, OKC, OK 73105.
Prehearing and Hearings will be conducted mainly in the Denver Davison Building located at 1915 N. Stiles, OKC, OK 73105.