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Illinois Employers Must Start Reporting Pay Data
Illinois Employers Must Start Reporting Pay Data

The saying “what gets measured gets improved” is right on the money when it comes to pay data reporting. As of January 1, 2023, amendments to the Illinois Equal Pay Act will now require many Illinois employers to report employee-level pay data to the state’s Department of ...

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Blog posts in Legal Changes

  • What Does the Speak Out Act Mean for Workplaces?

    President Biden recently signed into law the Speak Out Act (the “Act”), which bars the use of preemptive non-disclosure agreements, or “NDAs,” in ...

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  • New Year, New Laws: Legal Changes on the Horizon in Illinois

    With the new year upon us, so too are many new laws in the State of Illinois. Below is a summary of the new laws slated to go into effect January 1, ...

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  • The Brave New World of Employment Agreements: Ending Forced Arbitration

    Rep. Cheri Bustos, Kristen Prinz, Scott D'Angelo, Christie Hefner. On October 11, 2022, Kristen Prinz participated in a panel discussion moderated by ...

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  • New Amendments to Colorado’s Non-Compete Law

    Across the country, states continue to pass or modify their non-compete laws, from Washington D.C. to Nevada to Colorado. And more changes are likely ...

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  • Chicago to Enforce Stronger Sexual Harassment Regulations

    As of July 1, 2022, Chicago employers and businesses licensed to perform work in the city will be subject to the City of Chicago’s expanded sexual ...

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  • New NLRB Rules Could Signal Increased Unionization

    The National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) recently proposed two significant changes to how it handles unionization efforts. One overturns years of ...

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  • The Impact of Restricting Mandatory Arbitration

    Employers who use arbitration agreements for their employees now face a new challenge: claims of sexual assault and sexual harassment can no longer be ...

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  • Illinois Employment Law Changes in 2022

    Each new year brings with it a fresh slate of additional laws and regulations. At the start of 2022, from the federal to the local level, numerous ...

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  • OSHA’s Vaccine Mandate Struck Down by Supreme Court, Now Withdrawn

    On January 13, 2022, The Supreme Court of the United States issued an opinion rejecting the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s Emergency ...

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