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What Is the Minimum Wage in Illinois?
Jul 10, 2019 ... In the state of Illinois, the minimum wage is currently $9.25 per hour. However, it’s not quite that simple. Different hourly employees can be paid different rates, and sometimes it’s less than the statewide minimum wage. The situation can get even more convoluted when looking at the differences between this rate, the minimum wage set […]
Is Illinois a Right to Work State?
Apr 20, 2020 ... What Is Right to Work? The right-to-work law isn’t imposed by the federal government, so each state decides whether it adheres to this legislation or not. In a right-to-work state, the union security clause is null and void. This clause states that if a worker who is employed with a unionized employer stops paying union […]
What Is the Minimum Wage in Japan?
Mar 25, 2020 ... When examining Japan’s minimum wage, it’s important to note that there are two types of minimum wages, which are set based on the current cost of living and vary by location and industry. Japan has a regional minimum wage and an industry-specific minimum wage. The regional minimum wage applies to workers who live in a […]
How to Vote in Illinois
Mar 25, 2020 ... Eligible citizens who are 18 or over can register to vote in Illinois. The deadline for voter registration is 27 days before the election. However, the state offers a “grace period” that allows voters to register after this deadline. How to Register to Vote in Illinois In addition to being an of-age citizen, you need […]
Should the Minimum Wage be Raised to $15?
Mar 23, 2020 ... In the United States, the minimum wage is the starting wage that some employers pay employees. The current federal minimum wage is $7.25. This means that — in most cases — employers cannot pay less than $7.25, regardless of an employee’s experience or status. Historically, minimum wage workers are disproportionately women and people of color. Earning minimum […]
Federal, State, and Municipal Minimum Wage Rates and Laws
Jul 24, 2018 ... By law, employers in the United States must comply with municipal, state, and federal laws that define the minimum wage at which they pay their employees. In 2009, the federal government mandated a minimum wage of $7.25 per hour, but a number of states and cities have their own laws that are higher than the […]
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