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The Illinois legislature amended the state's Equal Pay Act of 2003 (EPA) requiring employers to regularly seek and obtain an equal pay registration certificate from the Illinois Department of Labor (IDOL).
If your question is not on the FAQ, you may contact the Illinois Department of Labor at 312-793-2800 (Chicago office), 217-782-6206 (Springfield office), or The Illinois Department of Employment Security (IDES) administers unemployment insurance.
For more information or to file a complaint about an employer's practices, please call the Workplace Rights Hotline at 1-844-740-5076 or use the complaint form below.
If you are owed unpaid wages or if unauthorised deductions have been made from your earnings, you may be able to take your employer (or former employer) to an employment tribunal. Our fixed fee services for unpaid wages claims start from £240 (including VAT).
The wages are to be paid no later than 13 days after the end of the pay period in which the wages were earned. Wages of executive, administrative and professional employees as defined in the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, may be paid once per month.
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How to report unfair treatment at work Check your employer's policy on unfair treatment at work. ... Consider talking to the person concerned. ... Raise the matter informally. ... Making a formal complaint about unfair treatment at work. ... Appealing the decision. ... Escalating a case relating to unfair treatment at work.
To report a violation you may: Call the OEIG's toll-free hotline at 866.814.1113. Complete an online complaint form. Contact the Office via telecommunications device for the disabled (TTY) at 888.261.2734; Mail a completed complaint form to: Fax a completed complaint form to 312.814.5479.
The specific law (820 ILCS 115/9) states: \u201cIn no case shall an employer withhold all or part of the final compensation due an employee while the employer awaits return of property in the possession of the employee unless the employee's express written consent is given freely at the time the deduction is made.\u201d
Take action. Illinois law gives you the right to recover your owed wages for several years. Usually 3 years prior to the date that you file a lawsuit or a claim to recover them. A complaint must be filed within one year after wages or final compensation is due.
You can visit any of the offices for the Department of Labor and submit a complaint in person. Depending upon the type of complaint, you may need to provide certain documents such as W-2, pay stubs, and/or any other supporting documents verifying the complaint.

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