Oklahoma Works provides various services and resources to help employers across all aspects of the workforce, from helping with recruitment to dealing with mass layoffs. All these services are offered at no charge and can save employers money in both the short term and long term.
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When an employee is separated from employment, it has the potential to impact an employer's unemployment tax rate. This is why its important for employers to get notified and respond to employee separations or even pre-file. Learn more at the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission's Employee Separation page.
State Unemployment Tax
Most employers in Oklahoma are required to pay a contribution rate to the Oklahoma Unemployment Insurance (UI) Trust Fund. This fund issues temporary income (i.e., benefits) to eligible claimants who become totally or partially unemployed. Learn more by visiting the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission's Contribution Rates page.