Illinois Employment Law Articles

Illinois Wage Payment and Collection Act
The Illinois Wage Payment and Collection Act governs when Illinois employers must pay employee wages and commissions, prohibits most deductions from employee pay, requires notice for changes in pay an...
posted by Neil Klingshirn  |  Nov 22, 2009 08:22 AM [EST] in Wage payment  |  applies to Illinois

Illinois Non-competition Agreement Law
Illinois courts are reluctant to enforce restrictive covenants and scrutinize them carefully. Nevertheless, Illinois courts will enforce a restrictive covenant if it is ancillary to another transactio...
posted by Neil Klingshirn  |  Nov 4, 2009 4:21 PM [EST] in Non-competition  |  applies to Illinois

Sexual Harassment under Illinois Law Defined
The Illinois Human Rights Act, 775 ILCS 5/2-102(D) prohibits: Any employer, employee, agent of any employer, employment agency or labor organization to engage in sexual harassment; provided, that an e...
posted by Peter LaSorsa  |  Aug 25, 2009 3:28 PM [EST] in Harassment  |  applies to Illinois

Filing sexual harassment claims in Illinois
Victims of sexual harassment in Illinois can vindicate their right to be free from sexual harassment under Illinois law by filing a charge or claim with the Illinois Department Human Rights, with the ...
posted by Peter LaSorsa  |  Aug 25, 2009 3:14 PM [EST] in Harassment  |  applies to Illinois

Illinois State Overtime Law
This page is article is devoted to Illinois law. It presumes you have a basic knowledge of the Federal Law. But for more information on the Federal Overtime Law please visit our FLSA page at http://ww...
posted by Aaron Maduff  |  Aug 15, 2009 07:40 AM [EST] in Overtime  |  applies to Illinois

Defamation in the Illinois Workplace
Current and former employees are sometimes targets of false statements made in the workplace. Defamation is a tort action which allows the employee who was wronged (plaintiff) to recover for harm to h...
posted by Ron Schwartz  |  Jul 18, 2009 06:55 AM [EST] in Defamation  |  applies to Illinois

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