Cindi DeCola, Tina Christofalos, Barb Erickson, Kerry Pipal, and Mary Karagiannis will discuss key Labor/Personnel legislation updates in an upcoming webinar.
Cynthia L. DeCola
This year, amendments were made to the Illinois Human Rights Act for the purpose of extending new protections to job applicants and employees with criminal convictions. The amendments require employers…
Partners Cindi DeCola and Tony Loizzi will discuss the fundamentals of collective bargaining at an IASA Workshop on May 20, 2021.
A federal appellate court held that an employer did not have to accommodate its nurse employee after she was severely injured in an accident, although it had modified her job duties for two years, because she was no longer able to perform the essential functions of the job.
A federal appellate court held that an employer did not have to accommodate its nurse-employee after she was severely injured in an accident, though it had modified her job duties for two years, because she was no longer able to perform the essential functions of the job.
Partner Cindi DeCola and Chad Watkins, IASA General Counsel examine the impact of COVID at the bargaining table and in the workplace in recent podcast.
Barbara Erickson, Ellen Rothenberg, Cindi DeCola and Jeff Goelitz collaborate with IASPA on “Leave Coordination FMLA and FFCRA” and “What Is to Come In 2021- Personnel/Labor in the Post-COVID World” during the fourteenth IASPA annual conference.
On August 23, 2019, Governor Pritzker signed House Bill 3687 into law as Public Act 101-0521. The law amends the Illinois Criminal Code and requires that, upon a school employee’s…
We previously reported that Kane County State’s Attorney Joe McMahon filed misdemeanor charges against a principal and a teacher at two elementary schools in East Aurora School District 131 for…