3 edition of Il Employers Guide 2000 found in the catalog.
Il Employers Guide 2000
January 31, 2000
by Summers Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||640|
Important Note: The following pages are an electronic reproduction of the Withholding Rules and Regulations Booklet – some changes that appear on the electronic version may not be the same as the written version, if you have any questions please contact Revenue’s Withholding Department at () or [email protected] for clarification. self-insured employer, unless they are subject to an exclusion listed in the next section. Excluded Employment The information provided in this section is a summary. For a complete description of excluded employment, please see RCW Workers not covered You are not required to provide coverage for the following workers: 1.
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Employers must retain time records for terminated employees at the place of employment for at least 6 months after the date of termination. Equal Pay in Employment The Equal Pay Act prohibits employers with four or more employees from discriminating in wage payments. These employers keep related records, including but not limited to: name, address. The Illinois Edge. Effective January 1, , all Illinois employers with one or more employees must comply with a recent amendment to the Illinois Human Rights Act. It requires employers to make reasonable accommodations for any medical or common condition of a job applicant or employee related to pregnancy or childbirth.
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Illinois Compiled Statutes Table of Contents. ( ILCS /2) (from Ch. 48, par. 39m-2) Sec. 2. For all employees, other than separated employees, "wages" shall be defined as any compensation owed an employee by an employer pursuant to an employment contract or agreement between the 2 parties, whether the amount is determined on a time, task, piece, or any other basis of calculation.
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