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Illinois Mid-Year Employment Law Update: Navigating Your Organization through the Sea of Employment Law Changes in Illinois

USA - September 24 2019 Illinois employers have faced a wave of new employment laws in 2019, with more to come in 2020. Some of these changes have gone relatively unnoticed...

Sarah E. Flotte, Michael K. Chropowicz, Sara R. Whaley.

On the heels of gains for other workers, home health-care workers ramp up pressure on minimum wage

USA - March 17 2015 Higher pay is now front and center for the two million home health-care workers in the United States. National home health-care worker groups had...

Amy O. Bruchs, Robert W. Mulcahy, Carlos R. Pastrana-Torres, Mitchell W. Quick.

Shedding some light (but not a bright line) on the consideration needed to enforce restrictive covenants in Illinois

USA - March 3 2015 Restrictive covenants in an employment agreement can be an effective way for employers to protect their valuable assets, such as their confidential...

Daniel A. Kaufman.

City of Milwaukee approves raise in minimum wage for city employees

USA - July 28 2014 On July 22, 2014, the Milwaukee Common Council adopted an ordinance raising the minimum wage for all city employees and workers under service...

Robert W. Mulcahy, Carlos R. Pastrana-Torres.

Campaign to raise minimum wage scores three more significant victories

USA - July 24 2014 In July, the "Minimum Wage Working Group", a task force created by Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, recommended that the city increase its minimum wage...

Robert W. Mulcahy, Carlos R. Pastrana-Torres.