TEMPORARY EMPLOYEE RESOURCES

While on assignment through Mack & Associates, Ltd. you are an employee of Mack. The information contained on this page can be accessed at anytime. Should you have any questions, please call our office at (312) 368-0677 and ask for Human Resources.

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Important Health Coverage Documents:

If you were employed by Mack & Associates, Ltd. and enrolled in Minimum Essential Coverage but not considered an ACA full-time employee during the reporting year, you may request a copy of Form 1095-B and/or Form 1095-C. To request a copy of the form, please use one of the following methods:

Email: support@mackltd.com

Mail:  100 N LaSalle, Suite 2110, Chicago IL 60602 Attn: Human Resources

For any questions as it relates to this notice and/or requesting Form 1095-B or Form 1095-C, please call our office at (312) 368-0677 and ask for the Human Resources department. When requesting the form(s), please indicate if you are consenting to receive the form(s) electronically. If electronic delivery is not specified, Mack & Associates, Ltd. will mail a hard copy of the form(s)

Any Form 1095-B and/or 1095-C requested will be provided within thirty (30) days of the initial request.

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City of Chicago Employee Notices

Chicago’s Minimum Wage and Paid Sick Leave Ordinance:

Chicago’s Minimum Wage guarantees a minimum wage for many Employees that work more than 2 hours in any 2 week period in Chicago for an Employer with four or more workers. Domestic workers are guaranteed Chicago’s minimum wage – even those working for Employers with fewer than four workers.

The Paid Sick Leave ordinance mandates that all Chicago businesses provide paid sick leave to employees. Any employee who works at least 80 hours for an employer in Chicago within any 120-day period is covered by the ordinance and is eligible for paid sick leave. Employees begin to accrue paid sick leave on the first calendar day after they begin their employment. For every 40 hours worked, employees accrue one hour of paid sick leave. See the notice below for more information.

Sexual Harassment Notices

Sexual Harassment is prohibited by the City of Chicago.

Anyone, regardless of their gender identity can be a victim of sexual harassment.

Acts that may be considered sexual harassment include:

  • Repeated, unwelcome sexually suggestive comments, gestures, e-mails, or pictures.
  • Unwelcome physical contact of a sexual nature.
  • Requests for sexual favors in exchange for an employment benefit such as a raise or promotion.
  • Subtle or direct threats that a sexual or personal relationship is required for employment, promotion, or other favorable treatment in the workplace.
  • Requests for sexual favors in exchange for an agreement to rent an apartment or make repairs.
  • Subtle or direct threats that a sexual or personal relationship is required to continue a rental agreement for housing.
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Illinois Employee Notices

Illinois Minimum Wage:

Beginning January 1, 2024 – Guarantees a minimum wage of $14.00 per hour for workers 18 years of age and older. An employer where gratuities are paid to employee, may pay 60% of the minimum wage to its employees.

Illinois Equal Pay Act:

The Equal Pay Act of 2003 prohibits employers from paying unequal wages to men and women for doing the same or substantially similar work, requiring equal skill, effort, and responsibility, under similar working conditions for the same employer in the same county, except if the wage difference is based upon a seniority system, a merit system, a system measuring earnings by quantity or quality of production, or factors other than gender. It also prohibits employers from paying African-American employees less than another employee who is not African-American for the same or substantially similar work.​​​

Illinois Wage Payment  and Collection Act:

The Wage Payment and Collection Act establishes when, where and how often wages must be paid and prohibits deductions from wages or final compensation without the employee’s consent. IDOL also provides assistance to workers in the collection of wages and final compensation including unused vacation pay, commissions, bonuses or other fringe benefits. State and federal government employees are exempt and cannot file claims under the Act.

Illinois Child Labor Law:

Child Labor Law regulates employment of workers under 16 years of age.

Victims’ Economic Security and Safety Act (VESSA):

VESSA provides employees who are victims of domestic violence, sexual violence, gender violence, or any other crime of violence, and
employees who have a family or household member who is a victim of such violence, with unpaid, job-guaranteed leave; reasonable
accommodations; and protections from discrimination and retaliation.