The Employment Law Toolkit for Illinois Employers: How to Protect Your Business From Liability and Comply with State and Federal Employment Laws

Arnstein & Lehr's Employment Law Toolkit for Illinois Employers

2012 Employment Law Toolkit for Illinois Employers

The 2012 edition of the Employment Law Toolkit for Illinois Employers by Arnstein & Lehr Partner E. Jason Tremblay is now available.  The Employment Law Toolkit for Illinois Employers is a comprehensive resource highlighting the significant employment and labor issues facing Illinois employers in today’s business environment.  It focuses on providing practical and cost-effective suggestions on how to avoid employment and labor-related liability and comply with many state and federal laws facing employers.  Among other topics, the Toolkit addresses employer posting requirements, record retention, suggested handbook policies, hiring, disciplining and terminating employees, protecting trade secrets and other confidential information, discrimination prevention and properly investigating claims of harassment and discrimination, maintaining a union-free company, Fair Labor Standards Act, immigration and OSHA issues.

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Please fill out the form below to request a complimentary copy of the 2012 edition of the Employment Law Toolkit for Illinois Employers.  If supplies permit, we will mail you a copy to the address you provide.  If you’d like to provide this book to your association or organization and need more copies, please let us know in the “message” field.  If you have any problems with the form, please contact Melissa Altman at 312-876-6936.

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While the information in this Toolkit is currently accurate, employment laws in Illinois and elsewhere are frequently changing. This Toolkit is for informational purposes only and is not intended to be a comprehensive summary of every legal requirement facing an employer. Rather, it is a general summary of some of the major issues and laws presently facing employers. The information contained in this toolkit is for informational purposes only, and no recipients of content from this toolkit should act or refrain from acting on the basis of any content included in the toolkit without seeking the appropriate legal or other professional advice on the particular facts and circumstances at issue from an attorney licensed in the recipient’s state. The content of this toolkit contains general information and may not reflect current legal developments, verdicts or settlements. Arnstein & Lehr LLP does not warrant the accuracy or completeness of the information, text, graphics, links or other items contained by this toolkit and expressly disclaim all liability relating to, arising out of or in any way involving or all the contents of this toolkit. This should not be construed as legal advice or an opinion as to a particular situation or application. Further, this Toolkit does not create an attorney/client relationship between Arnstein & Lehr LLP and any readers or recipients. Therefore, if your company is faced with a pending legal issue or question, we strongly encourage you to contact Arnstein & Lehr LLP to ensure that your company is complying with existing employment laws and regulations.