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Overtime Adjustments for the New Year
Overtime Adjustments for the New Year

The federal Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) contains salary thresholds over which some employees may be “exempt” from some of the Act’s regulations. Employees under this threshold are “non-exempt,” and thus must be granted the Act’s full protections, including the ability ...

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Blog Posts in 2019

  • End the Year Right, and Look Forward to Success

    As 2019 comes to a close, you want to end it right, while also looking toward the promise of 2020. Below is a sampling of our blog posts from the past ...

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  • Social Media & Tech in the Workplace

    The technological advances of the last decade have had a seismic impact on our society, and are perhaps no more deeply felt than in the workplace. ...

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  • Interviewing in the Age of Social Media

    Between blogs, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and countless other social media platforms, just about everyone has a social media presence these days. ...

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  • What Should You Do When an Employee "Ghosts" You?

    Have you ever been “ghosted” by an employee? That is, have you had a worker who just didn’t come to work one day, who didn’t call, who didn’t even ...

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  • The Illinois Workplace Transparency Act: New Transparency in Illinois

    The Illinois legislature has passed several new employment laws this last year. We previously wrote about the amendment to the Illinois Equal Pay Act ...

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  • Can't We All Just Get Along?

    I recently came across an interesting problem faced by an HR manager. A particular department at her organization consisted of ten employees—and no ...

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  • Illinois Employers Now Required to Provide Anti-Harassment Training

    Employment law practitioners serving victims of workplace harassment and assisting businesses in creating healthy work environments have reason to ...

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  • How Will Recreational Marijuana Impact Illinois Workplaces?

    Starting this January 2020, people over the age of 21 will be able to legally buy recreational cannabis under the Illinois Cannabis Regulation and Tax ...

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  • Pay Up or Pay Out: New Penalties for Record-Keeping and Compensation Violations in Illinois

    For several years now, employers have been required by the Illinois Minimum Wage Act (“IMWA”) to keep records related to employee hours worked and ...

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