Oklahoma business briefs
Oklahoma business briefs for June 5.
Ex-Avaya workers to get benefits
Laid-off employees of Avaya Inc.'s audio/visual global support services division in Oklahoma City have been ruled eligible for income support, relocation and job search allowances, health coverage tax credits and occupational training through the federal labor department's Trade Readjustment Assistance program. Eligible workers include those who became totally or partially separated from employment on or after Sept. 12 through May 11, 2014. To apply for aid, contact the nearest Workforce Oklahoma Center at (888) 980-9675.
Horizontal drilling meeting set
CHICKASHA — The Oklahoma Corporation Commission will hold a town hall meeting this week on horizontal drilling and the 2011 Shale Reservoir Development Act. The meeting will be at 6 p.m. Thursday in the Davis Hall Amphitheater at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma.
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