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In this Learn About Law podcast & videoblog, Naperville employment lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty discusses employment agreements and independent contractors explained.
Our Naperville employment attorneys discuss the right an employee has to review their own personal record. Per the Illinois Personnel Records Review Act, employees are allowed to request a review of the personnel records up to a year after they are terminated and twice year while employed. Employees are only required to view their records if they are available as employers are not required to create personal records.
Naperville labor attorney Keivn O'Flaherty discusses employment agreements and independent contractor agreements.
Our Naperville employment attorneys discuss the penalties for withholding employees' wages. Employers are required to pay the full amount that is due to a terminated employee at the following scheduled payroll after the employee is dismissed. We also explain the penalties for an employer if they fail to pail within the allotted time frame, such as attorneys fees and a penalty percentage that accumulates until payment is made.
Our Naperville employment lawyers explain some common situations in which you should consult your business attorney.
In this article, Our Naperville employment lawyers discuss the more common clauses often used in employment and independent contractor agreements. These clauses are put into place to protect the interest of the business and include non-compete clauses, non-solicitation clauses, non-disparagement clauses as well as trade secret clauses.