Whether you are an employer, employee, or independent contractor, our Peoria County employment attorneys will protect your rights and give you peace of mind. We have experience in all aspects of employment and labor related matters including the creation and review of contracts, best practices of employers and dispute resolution.
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Peoria County Employment Attorneys
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Peoria County employment attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the differences between Peoria County employment agreements and independent contractor agreements.
In this article, our Peoria County employment attorneys discuss the importance of creating proper employment contracts and independent contractor agreements. We discuss some key clauses that protect employers:
Our Peoria County labor attorney swill create solid employment contracts and independent contractor agreements that limit your exposure to liability and protect your company's interests.
Peoria County labor law attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains qualities you should look for in your employment lawyer.
In this article, our Peoria County labor lawyers discuss an employer's duty to pay the full amount of wages owed to a terminated employee during the next payroll period. If an employer withholds wages, it will not only owe the employee the withheld wages, but also attorney fees and a penalty of 2% per month for every month wages have been withheld. Our Peoria County employment lawyers explain wage withholding and the Illinois Wage Payment and Collection Act.
Peoria County employment lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains common situations in which employers should contact an attorney.
In this article, our Peoria County employment lawyers explain employees' rights to access their personnel files. Employees can have access to their employment records twice a year while employed and for up to a year once terminated. There is no law in Illinois requiring an employer to create personnel files for employees. Therefore an employee is only entitled to review records to the extent that they exist.
Employers must retain any and all documentation to support termination of an employees' in their personnel file, if this is not done, then such documentation may become inadmissible in court as evidence in any future litigation.