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End the Year Right, and Look Forward to Success
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 year most relevant to businesses, from how to throw a great (and liability-free) company holiday party to how to ensure ...

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Blog posts in Employment Law

  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Let Them Eat Cake...But Serve It Themselves: One Woman's Fight against Gender Discrimination and Retaliation

    In a widely publicized $20 million lawsuit filed in New York, Plaintiff Nancy Saltzman is suing her former employer, ExlService Holdings, Inc., ...

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  • Past Pay is History: A New Amendment to the Illinois Equal Pay Act

    The Illinois General Assembly recently amended the Illinois Equal Pay Act of 2003 to increase protections for employees. The Act was originally passed ...

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  • What to Expect if Your Company Receives an SSA "No-Match" Letter

    In March of 2019, the Social Security Administration (SSA) resumed issuing No-Match Letters (officially called Employer Correction Request Notices). ...

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  • Google Employees "Sit In" to Protest Retaliation in Wake of Walkout

    On May 1, International Workers’ Day , over 1,000 Google employees from offices across the globe participated in a sit-in to oppose the retaliation ...

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  • Recent Non-Compete Trends

    Due to the fact that there is no federal law regarding non-compete or non-solicit agreements, each state passes its own legislation, leading ...

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  • 5 Critical Tips for Negotiating Physician Employment Contracts

    Employment and compensation in medicine have become more complicated in recent years. Insurance and Medicare reimbursements have decreased, leading ...

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