quit without 2 weeks notice

I have been working as a consultant with W-2 statsu, employee with no benefits. In my contract, there is a paragraph that it is an employment at will, but I can leave with 2 weeks notice. I no two weeks notice is given, my employer may not pay me for the last two weeks. Is this legal in Illinois?
I heard that employer in Illinois should pay employee for all hours worked, no matter what contract says.
Please advise.


1 answer  |  asked Apr 16, 2002 10:41 PM [EST]  |  applies to Illinois

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Aaron Maduff
Quit without two weeks notice

They must pay you for all hours worked. The Illinois Minimum Wage Law requires it as does the Fair Labor Standards Act. I can't tell what is going on here, but give us a call.
Aaron Maduff

posted by Aaron Maduff  |  Apr 17, 2002 10:07 AM [EST]

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