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CHICAGO, IL — There are new changes in laws, effective January 2016.

The Illinois Department of Labor is responsible for the administration and enforcement of more than 20 labor and safety laws. Below are new changes in laws and new laws administered by the Department that are effective January 1, 2016.

Additional questions can be addressed by calling the following number, 312-793-2800. Please click the following link for details regarding the news changes in laws/news laws: http://www.illinois.gov/idol/about/Pages/New-2016-Laws.aspx

Public Act 99-0099 (HB2556) – Human Trafficking-Notices

 

Public Act 99-0116 (HB3359) – Amusement Ride Safety

 

Public Act 99-0418 (HB3619) – Equal Pay Cover All Employers

 

Public Act 99-0017 (SB38) – Min Wage – Alternate Shift

 

Public Act 99-0303 (SB993) – Employee Classification Deadline

 

Public Act 99-0336 (SB1683) – OSHA-Employment-Federal Change


Public Act 99-0422 (SB1859) – Employment Act-Violations-PEO

 

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