Welcome to FindLaw's section on Oklahoma employment and labor laws, which are generally meant to regulate the relationship between employers and employees (and labor unions, where applicable). Employment laws set standards for workplace safety, discrimination policies, wage and hour policies, and other employment-related matters. Federal laws protecting employees' rights are applicable to all states but many states offer additional worker protections. Oklahoma law also provides protections for whistleblowers, establishes legal holidays for public employees, sets a minimum wage, governs pay day requirements, and other conditions of employment. Click on a link below to learn more about employment laws in the Sooner State.