How Your Company Can Control Unemployment Insurance

Is your business struggling to control unemployment insurance within your company? An employer is required to pay a percentage of the wages of every person they employe. The percentage may vary between each employee, from 0.55% to 7.75% which equals out to $71.28 to $1,004.40 for each employee. As an employer, you may be wondering […]

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Understanding Severance Agreements

If an employee’s employment becomes terminated, there are many things that take place, one of these things being a severance agreement. Employees may seek out a severance agreement even if the employer does not provide one. Maduff & Maduff is here to help you understand the basis of severance agreements and how they work. What […]

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Dealing With Disability Discrimination: Essential Tips

Despite the fact The Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) has celebrated 20 years of helping those with disability discrimination in the workplace, there still is a large amount of cases every year. In order to lessen this, we here at Maduff & Maduff are here to tell you what to do if you feel that […]

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How To Handle Retaliation From Your Employer

Generally, if an employee experiences a violation of their rights or feel something is missing from their wages, they have the ability to file a complaint to their employer. However, some employees are hesitant to follow through with this because employer retaliation may possibly occur. It is essential to file a complaint if you feel […]

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The Employee Sick Leave Act of 2017

When you have a full time working job and many other responsibilities to tend to, it can be expected you may feel under the weather at times. Although some employees were not allowed to have sick leave with pay in the past, they now can in the state of Illinois. The Employee Sick Leave Act […]

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Employer Retaliation

In the workplace, employees can be rather hesitant to filing a complaint if their employer is doing something wrong. In most cases, employees are generally fearful of retaliation by their employer. This can happen in many instances, whether it be discrimination, failure to pay overtime, or many other employment law violations, employes are concerned with […]

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