Case Studies

Biopharmaceutical Services in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

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Business Type:
Biopharmaceutical Services
Location:
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Employees:
30
Client Since:
2007

The Challenge
An array of HR needs brought this venture-backed biotech company to Staff One. The Client had worked with another HR Outsourcing provider for almost two years, but was dissatisfied with the level of service provided. Continue reading “Biopharmaceutical Services in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma”

Manufacturing Company in Tulsa, Oklahoma

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Business Type:
Manufacturer of wire mesh products for oilfield use
Location:
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Employees:
25
Client Since:
2008

The Challenge
Prior to contracting with Staff One, this client experienced a series of employee-related issues which resulted in litigation and costly penalties. As a result, the client needed a comprehensive HR solution that would mitigate employer risk while providing the resources and support to increase employee retention. Continue reading “Manufacturing Company in Tulsa, Oklahoma”

Non-Profit Organization in Muskogee, Oklahoma

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Business Type:
Non-profit organization that provides services to mentally disabled adults
Location:
Muskogee, Oklahoma
Employees:
250
Client Since:
2007

The Challenge
After experiencing a series of rate increases, the Client sought a solution through Staff One for its skyrocketing health insurance costs. Our team of professionals consulted with the company’s owners to provide a customized, high-quality benefits program for their employees while controlling costs. Continue reading “Non-Profit Organization in Muskogee, Oklahoma”

Oklahoma HB 2204 Passes, Benefits Business Owners

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HB 2204 was signed by Governor Mary Fallin and became effective May 8, 2012. This is great news for Oklahoma businesses!

Drug and alcohol abuse costs employers an estimated $276 billion a year! Current Oklahoma law allows employers to terminate workers who test positive for drugs or alcohol. For the past 15 years, such terminated employees were not able to receive unemployment compensation. Last year’s rewrite of Oklahoma’s drug and alcohol testing laws (which passed unanimously in both houses of the legislature) inadvertently created a problem whereby the employer must get permission, in writing after the positive test, before being able to use the results in challenging unemployment compensation. Continue reading “Oklahoma HB 2204 Passes, Benefits Business Owners”