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What Is Required to Prove Age Discrimination In Illinois?

There are some parts of our lives that we have no control over, and age is one of them. So if you are discriminated against in the workplace because of your age

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Statute Of Limitations For Wrongful Termination In Illinois

The Illinois Department of Labor states that Illinois is an at-will employment state, meaning that your employer can terminate you for any reason.

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Are Single Mothers Protected From Workplace Discrimination?

It is not unusual for single mothers to suffer workplace discrimination, and it can lead to considerable stress,

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Is There a Limit on Retaliatory Discharge Settlements?

Being fired for any reason is unpleasant and may seem unfair. But if you are fired for engaging in activities protected by the law, discharging you is illegal.

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Cases Handled by Our Chicago Employment Lawyer

When you are employed in Illinois, you are entitled to certain legal rights. But your rights may be overlooked when employers put profits over their employees.

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How Common Is Race Discrimination in The Workplace?

Our skin color and nationality are part of our identities, but if an employer mistreats you based on your appearance or where you are from, that is against the law. There are state and federal protections in place that outlaw race discrimination at work.

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What Are Illinois Child Labor Laws?

There are many child labor laws in Illinois that you should be aware of that regulate the employment of those under 16. Below are some of the most critical child labor laws, and if you have questions after reading this article, our Chicago employment law attorney can assist you.

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How Do I Prove Retaliatory Discharge in Illinois?

Illinois has an at-will employment policy, meaning you can be fired without cause. However, this is different than a company firing you for the reason that is illegal under state or federal law.

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How the New Illinois Workers' Rights Law Helps Workers

In November 2022, voters in Illinois approved a new law called the Illinois Workers’ Rights Amendment (IWRA) that guarantees all workers collective and organizing bargaining rights that promise to help workers in many ways. However, the new law is complicated, so if you have questions about it, our Schaumburg employee rights lawyer can help you.

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Illinois Pregnancy Leave Act - What It Protects

Employment is vital to women's equality, but women still can be discriminated against at work, such as when pregnant

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