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Non-compete clauses are a common part of various types of contracts, such as employment contracts or severance agreements. A non-compete clause typically states that a person will not work in a certain industry, for specific employers, and/or within a particular … Continue reading

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As an employer, it is important to know the difference between when a worker is considered an employee and when they are considered an independent contractor. There are tax implications for both types of workers, and it is important that … Continue reading

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If you employ minors, there are certain rules and regulations that the state of Illinois requires you to follow. A violation of minor labor laws could result in strict fines and even open you up to a workplace lawsuit. While … Continue reading

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Under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) of 1975, discrimination based on age is a prohibited act for most employers, according to the Department of Labor. The ADEA applies to people of all ages. Therefore, it is unlawful for … Continue reading

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The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a landmark piece of federal legislation that helps people with disabilities gain access to a number of different benefits, including employment. It is crucial that employers have an understanding of their responsibilities under … Continue reading

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