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State of Illinois Minimum Wage Increase:
Effective January 1, 2005, the Illinois minimum wage increased to $6.60 per hour, from its previous level of $5.50 per hour. For those employees under 18...

The State of Illinois Equal Pay Act went into effect January 1, 2004
The Illinois Equal Pay Act prohibits employers with four or more employees from paying unequal wages to men and women for doing the same or substantially similar work...


We Serve the Following Types of Customers:
Businesses that are not sure if they have labor regulations issues and want to make certain to avoid the time and expense of employee complaints, employee dissatisfaction, government audits, litigation, negative publicity, etc...
Businesses that have been informed of an employee complaint. LRA will analyze the issues and recommend the most advantageous , least time consuming and least expensive solution.
Businesses that have been awarded first-time government contracts. As above, additionally reviewing and explaining specific agency requirements and forms, which have been provided to the business.
 


Resources:

All government agencies portal: firstgov.gov
Business link to the U.S. Government: business.gov
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission: eeoc.gov
Internal Revenue Service: irs.ustreas.gov
Small Business Administration: sba.gov
U.S. Department of Labor: dol.gov


Why LRA?
Whether you need a thorough organizational review, strategies to deal with a particular set of issues, retainer consultation, audit assistance, training workshops or ongoing, individualized support, LRA works with you to design a program of service which is effective, timely and affordable.

When Experience Counts

You know your business, we know ours. Our expertise is based on direct experience and knowledge of organizations regulatory case histories. While attorneys and accountants are important resources to any company, few specialize in labor regulation matters. In todays complex regulatory environment, what you dont know can hurt you. We know where problems occur and how to fix them.


FREE Consultation

Not sure if we can help? Call or e-mail for a free telephone or in-person consultation during which we can discuss your labor regulation and labor relations needs. An overview discussion of your organization and its employment structure will target possible problem areas.

We will explain how we can help and how our service will save you time and expense. You, the customer, will decide on the extent of our help and what it will cost. You can choose hourly assistance or we will work with you to plan a complete project for an agreed-upon cost.

There is no need to worry about potential - or real employment problems.

Contact us for a free analysis.

Give us a call at (815) 407-0600
Email us at info@laboreg.com
or if you prefer to write, our address is:


1212 S. Naper BLVD #119-346
Naperville, IL 60540-8360