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The Bane of the Technological Age

By Walter J. Liszka / February 5, 2012

Over the last twenty years, the workplace has been the beneficiary (?) of a vast number of technological advances. This has made it much easier to not only amass information, but to sort, structure and “play” with it. But one of the major downsides of this technological advance has been that a recalcitrant employee, or…

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The Employer’s Legal Maze

By Walter J. Liszka / January 4, 2012

As every employer is well aware, the “legal obligations” imposed on an employer get deeper and more confusing with each passing year. I am fairly certain that a business executive from the 1950s or early 1960s would be amazed at the substantial number of additional legal pitfalls that bedevil employers on a daily basis in…

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Get Ready! Some Chicago Employers Must Soon Predict Work Schedules Under City of Chicago Ordinance!

By Anthony J. Caruso Jr. / November 15, 2003

A City of Chicago Municipal Ordinance (law) titled the Chicago Fair Workweek Ordinance becomes effective July 1, 2020. Employers covered under the new law: Employers in the building services, healthcare, hotel. manufacturing, restaurant, and warehouse services are covered, IF: Operating in the City of Chicago in one of the covered industries; AND Employ at least…

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