State and Federal Law requires
Illinois employers to comply with the following Laws at most work
sites. On-site investigations may be conducted by State inspectors
to ensure compliance. An employer found to be in violation of
State or Federal Laws by willfully failing to comply with OSHA
requirements maybe subject to criminal penalties as well as civil
liability actions including assessments. Lee Street Management
makes every effort to comply with all OSHA workplace requirements.
STATE WORKPLACE REQUIREMENTS
Labor Law (820 ILCS 205)
"Anywhere minors are employed; employers shall not exceed
the maximum number of hours minors may work."
Minimum Wage Law (820 ILCS 105)
"Issues related to wages shall be observed for all employees.
Unemployment Insurance Law (820 ILCS 495)
"Unemployment insurance benefits shall be made available
as required by law in each place of business."
Workers' Compensation Law (820 ILCS 305)
"Workers' compensation law dictates steps that should be
taken by employees if injured."
FEDERAL WORKPLACE REQUIREMENTS
Employee Polygraph Protection
Act (29 USC 2003)
"Each employer shall maintain compliance with the requirements
of this Act"
Equal Employment Opportunity (29 CFR 1601)
"Every employer ... shall comply with the applicable provisions
of Title VII and the Americans
with Disabilities Act."
Family and Medical Leave Act (29 USC 2619)
"Each employer shall comply with the pertinent provisions
of this Act."
Minimum Wage Act (29 CFR 516)
"Every employer ... shall comply with the minimum wages as
described in this Act."
Safety and Health Act (29 CFR 1903)
"Each employer shall comply with and provide employees the
protections and obligations provided for in the Act."