Articles on Equal Pay Act

Illinois legislators continue to combat the wage gap By Elizabeth Reynolds Women and the Law, March 2018 Read about Illinois’ latest attempt at legislation specifically intended to narrow the wage gap.
It’s the Money, Honey: Money Smart Week 2016 By Kelly Thames Bennett Women and the Law, June 2016 On April 25, 2016, Women & the Law Committee member Kristen Prinz presented at “It’s the Money, Honey,” the seminar that focused on EARN: wage equality.
Illinois amends Equal Pay Act By Michael R. Lied Corporate Law Departments, September 2015 Effective January 1, 2016, the Act is amended to cover all Illinois employers, rather than only employers of four or more employees.
Illinois amends Equal Pay Act By Michael R. Lied Labor and Employment Law, September 2015 Effective January 1, 2016, the Act is amended to cover all Illinois employers, rather than only employers of four or more employees.
“Similar” is not “equal”-Or is it? Equal pay issues By Michael R. Lied Labor and Employment Law, February 2005 Sandra Wheatley was the director of the Wicomico County, Maryland, Emergency Services Department, and Jane Grogan was the deputy director.
Legislative update By Ellen Schanzle-Haskins Women and the Law, June 2004 The Committee on Women and the Law was and is very active in monitoring and commenting on legislation of interest to women in Illinois.
The new Illinois Equal Pay Act By Alisa B. Arnoff Labor and Employment Law, August 2003 The Illinois Equal Pay Act (IEPA), Public Act 93-0006, was recently signed into law.

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