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Illinois Legislative Update with Dawn Simmerman, QPS’ VP of HR

2023 brought a host of changes to Illinois employment law and as those changes continue into 2024, we want you to be prepared.

QPS’ VP of Human Resources, Dawn Simmerman, along with E. Jason Tremblay, Partner with Saul Ewing, held a webinar that covered these topics:

• Current state of the IL Day Labor Act – What was delayed, what wasn’t and what comes next
• IL Paid Leave for All Workers Act – How to write a compliant policy and what QPS plans to do
• Blood and Organ Donation Leave (updates effective 2024)
• Child Extended Bereavement Act (new in 2024)
• Expanded VESSA Leave (updates effective 2024)
• NLRB’s new stance on employee workplace rules

QPS Employment Group is a full-service staffing and recruiting firm with a focus on manufacturing. We have over 50 offices across the Midwest, including Rockford, Gurnee, Schaumburg and Quincy. Additionally, QPS branch locations in Iowa, Missouri and Wisconsin also service a number of Illinois companies.

Saul Ewing is a full-service, national law firm with more than 400 attorneys and a team of top-notch business professionals, all working together to deliver practical, proactive advice and excellent client service.

You can view the recording here.

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