Our McHenry County employment attorneys and McHenry County labor lawyers have the experience you need to put you in the best position to protect your interests whether you are an employer or employee. We are proud of our cost-effective rates and excellent communication and education of our clients.
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McHenry County Employment Attorneys
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Kevin O'Flaherty oversees all legal matters and is actively involved in making sure every client's case, big or small, is handled with excellence and attention to detail. He is available to contact through phone and email and his rates are available upon request.
McHenry County labor attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains independent contractor agreements and employee contracts in Illinois.
In this article, our McHenry County employment lawyers explain the difference between employees and independent contractors in Illinois. We explain the factors courts weigh to determine whether an agent is an employee or an independent contractor, including the extent of the employer's control over the work, the employer's right to terminate the employee, how payment works, whether taxes are deducted from payment, the level of skill required for the work, and whether the employer furnishes the tools required to perform the work.
McHenry County labor attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the qualities you should look for in your employment lawyer.
In this article, our McHenry County employment lawyers explain the consequences of an employer withholding wages from a terminated employee. When an employee's employment is terminated, the employer is required to pay the full amount due to the employee on the next scheduled payroll. If the employer fails to do so, the employer will be liable to the employee for the amount due, plus a penalty percentage that accrues over time and the employee's attorney fees.
McHenry County employment lawyer explains common situations in which business owners should consult their attorneys.
In this article, our McHenry County employment lawyers explain employees' rights to view personnel records. McHenry County employers are not required to maintain personnel records for their employees, but if they do, employees are entitled to obtain a copy as well as request to review the records twice a year. Employees may review these records for one year after termination.