The Wood Law Office, LLC’s mission is to help protect employees’ civil rights. Bryan Wood has practiced employment law in Chicago his entire career, representing predominantly employees for over half that time. He has helped employees successfully transition jobs and recover for their losses without ever filing legal claims.
Millions of Americans are married to their jobs and believe that taking a vacation will negatively affect their employers’ perception of their commitment or productivity.
Many employees only take a handful of days off each year and wor
Of all the tasks your employees regularly carry out using the mobile app, requesting time off may seem like one of the simpler ones. However, when employees don't know which absences are tied to which accruals, the process can be confusin
If you're a small business owner, balancing work with the holidays can be challenging. Employees will be filtering in and out of the office, and as an employer, it is your responsibility to be accountable for their attendance, and honor an
Aside from salary, one of the biggest deciding factors employees considers when choosing between job offers comes down to benefits. It's human nature to negotiate for the most attractive package available, and let's face it -- other than mo
When it comes to holiday time off, it seems like the rumor mill never stops spinning. Depending on who you ask, you'll get different intel. "For federal holidays we get time off," one colleague might say. "But do we get paid?" another asks
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