Whether you are an employer, an employee, or an independent contractor, our Saint Charles employment attorneys have the skill and experience to protect your best interests in a cost-effective manner.
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Saint Charles labor attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses employment contracts and independent contractor agreements.
In this article, our Saint Charles employment lawyers explain the differences between employees and independent contractors. We discuss the factors that courts consider when determining whether an individual is an employee or an indpendent contractor, including the employer's right to control the work being performed, the way that the agent is payed, the level of skill required for the work, and whether the employer furnishes the required tools for the work.
Saint Charles labor lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains the qualities to look for in your employment attorney.
In this article, our Saint Charles employment attorneys explain the doctrine of respondeat superior, which makes employers liable for their employees' conduct in the performance of their duties. We discuss the types of conduct for which employers are liable as well as situations in which employers will not be held liable for employee actions. We also explain the law surrounding negligent hiring.
Saint Charles employment lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains workers compensation laws in Illinois.
In this article, our Saint Charles labor attorneys explain the penalties for employer wage withholding. Employers are required to pay a terminated employee the full amount of wages due on the next payroll after their termination. If they fail to do so, they may be liable for the full amount of the wages withheld, plus the employee's attorney fees, and a penalty equal to a percentage of the withheld wages that accrues over time.