OK Dept. of Labor Closed to Public

Mike Seals - May 1, 2020 11:49 am

In response to the Governor’s emergency declaration to minimize the spread of COVID-19, the Oklahoma State Department of Labor (ODOL) is closed to the public until such time as the statewide emergency is lifted and the agency is provided additional guidance.  In addition, scheduled meetings are postponed until further notice.  ODOL personnel will be working remotely and will continue to respond to inquiries via email using the addresses found on our website or the ODOL main phone number (405) 521-6100.

ODOL license applications and renewals will still be accepted and applications may be completed online at www.ok.gov/odol. Payments and accompanying documents relating to ODOL licensure should be mailed directly to the respective program at Oklahoma Department of Labor, 3017 N. Stiles Ave., #100, Oklahoma City, OK 73105.  Questions can be emailed at [email protected]

For inquiries regarding wage claims email [email protected]

You may also submit a question or comment at [email protected]

The ODOL will continue to update the website as the situation develops.  Please check back frequently for future updates on how ODOL is conducting business.

 

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