Published On: Mon, Jul 12th, 2021

Unemployed Oklahomans Could Receive $1,200 in Back-to-Work Incentive Save 10% on Citrus trees with code CITRUS
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The state of Oklahoma will offer $1,200 to thousands of citizens who have returned to work since the CCP virus pandemic in a back-to-work incentive. “With employers in all sectors now hiring, assistance to families, job seekers, and employers must be prioritized as we continue to build a more prosperous Oklahoma,” Gov. Kevin Stitt said in a statement (pdf). “Therefore, now is the time to provide for a workforce initiative.” The Back-to-Work Initiative program requires Oklahomans to return to work and the first 20,000 people who meet several requirements could become eligible for a one-time payment of $1,200. To qualify, Oklahomans need to be able to show an active unemployment claim from one of the first two weeks in May, a government statement (pdf) from the initiative reads. Workers also must have accepted, and worked, at a job position in the state for six consecutive weeks of either one full-time …

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