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Overview of Illinois Victims' Economic Safety and Security Act

On August 25, Public Act 93-0591 the Victims' Economic Safety and Security Act was enacted and went into effect upon becoming law. As we told you on June 10, 2003, highlights are: Entitlement to Leave for Addressing Domestic or Sexual Violence - Illinois VESSA permits eligible employees to take unpaid leave from employment to address domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking(for medical attention, victim services, counseling, safety planning, or legal assistance or other specified purposes). It allows employers to require certification of the need for such leave. Eligible employees are those who work for an employer with 50 or more employees and who are victims of domestic or sexual violence or are employees who have a family or household member(e.g., spouse, parent, child and persons jointly residing in the same household) who is a victim of domestic or sexual violence.