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DuPage employment attorney Kevin O'Flaherty on employment agreements and independent contractor agreements.
In this article, our DuPage employment attorneys explain common clauses that employers include in employment agreements and independent contractor agreements in order to protect their business interests, including non-compete clauses, non-solicitation clauses, non-disparagement clauses, and trade secret clauses.
In this article, our DuPage labor attorneys explain the obligation of employers to pay the full amount due and owing to employees at the next scheduled payroll after the termination of employees. We discuss the type of compensation that is included and excluded from this obligation. We also discuss the penalties for an employer failing to make timely payment.
In this article, our DuPage employment lawyers explain the rights of employees to review their personnel records. Employees have a right to review their personnel records twice a year during their employment and for up to a year after their employment. Employees are entitled to a copy of their records, but employers may charge copy fees in order to accomplish this. In the article, our DuPage labor lawyers explain which documents employers are required to maintain in an employee's personnel file.