As we turn the corner into a brand new year, there are new laws that Illinois has enacted which will impact the employment law landscape.
The interplay between severance pay and unemployment benefits can be confusing to both employers and employees. Many clients seek out the services of our law
By now, everyone is aware that on December 22, 2017, President Trump signed into law the most sweeping tax reform provisions in over 30 years
Employers, how many of you are still using “M” or “F” designations on your applications, benefit forms, training materials, or throughout your handbooks? WAKE UP!
What to Expect on the Immigration Compliance Front in 2018 and beyond. Will Your Business be the Next to be Raided by ICE?
Just two days ago, agents from the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (“ICE”) arm of Homeland Security conducted sweeping raids of 7-Eleven stores nationwide seeking allegedly
Although there is snow on the ground, savvy employers as well as students are already planning out summer internship programs. Traditionally, the intern program has
The Trump administration has made immigration reform one of the centerpieces of its legislative and political agenda going forward. Employers need to be prepared, especially
No Poaching Doesn’t Refer to Eggs Antitrust Enforcement In The Employment World Welcome Back My Old Friend!!!!
Employers and Human Resources professionals need to be alert to the fact that the Trump administration has breathed new life into an old enforcement area,
Ah Valentine’s Day! That special day of the year when we celebrate the love all around us. For business owners, this can create a special
As an employer, you’ve just received either a Summons and Complaint or Notification of a Charge of Discrimination filed with the EEOC or Illinois Department
Among the most frequently asked questions I encounter from both employers and employees involves whether or not time spent traveling to and from home or
You’ve built a successful business. Over the years, you’ve overseen and set the wages, benefits, and all other terms and conditions of employment in your
Legislative Alert Employers with Less than 15 Employees Beware…The Illinois Human Rights Act May Soon Cover your Business!!!
One of the most frequent questions I get from business owners is: “Do all these laws regarding discrimination apply to me? I have a small
#MeToo! has spawned a wave of internal investigations as companies respond to claims of sexual harassment and other wrongdoings in the workplace. The question often
I am pleased to announce that I have been elected to a leadership position within the DuPage County Bar Association. As you may know,
Last month, we provided notice to all that the Illinois legislature had passed a bill which would have extended coverage of the Illinois Human Rights
For the second time in two years, Illinois Governor Rauner has vetoed a Bill that would have prohibited an employer from seeking salary information
One of the more complicated aspects of an estate being probated is, who gets paid first (i.e. in what order are payments to be made
In today’s workplace, most employers have gone (kicking and screaming) into the digital age as it relates to their employment practices. Prospective employees fill out
Boznos Law, P.C. is proud to announce that William P. Boznos will be participating and mentoring a newly admitted lawyer under the Lawyer Mentor Program