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  • NJ versus IL for notice

    Our company is based in NJ, and have many employees throughout the US. In the past we have had to adhere to other states laws on how to pay an employee when they are leaving. Is there a law in IL that states how notice should be given? If our company chooses to make the last day worked by this individual sooner than their requested last day, do we have to pay them until their requested last day or the day we would like the employee to leave? TIA!

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    There isn't any law that requires employers to pay for the full period of notice, even if the employee leaves at the request of the employer.
    Lillian Connell

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