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  • Employees satisfied with co-workers, unhappy with benefits

     
    Gallup poll says employees dissatisfied with benefits and pay...
  • The Numbers are in! Youth Job Center Places 605 Youth in Jobs!

     
    The Youth Job Center (YJC), having recently closed the books on the 2011 fiscal year, is pleased to report it placed 605 young people in …...
  • Identifying the job killers [The conversation]

     
    It's hard to avoid the sense of defeat when there are four people for every job opening, a "green" jobs plan that's disappointed so far and the threat of a double-dip recession on the horizon. Even the fall TV lineup,......
  • GOP candidates and lawmakers split over immigration

     
    This is a corrected version of the original post; see the note below. Immigration is proving a vexing issue for the GOP. During Monday's debate, Republican presidential hopefuls wrangled over border enforcement and driver's licenses and in-state tuition...
  • Videos shed light on complexities of healthcare reform

     
    The federal healthcare overhaul signed by President Obama last year contains dozens of policies and programs intended to expand health coverage and to pare the cost of healthcare. The law, for example, will require most Americans to carry health...
  • UPDATE: Gurnee police chief retires during probe of ‘human resources’ complaints

     
    The village board this week accepted the retirement of Gurnee Police Chief Robert Jones, who has been on paid administrative leave since July for undisclosed …...
  • Grocery workers give notice to cancel labor contract [Updated]

     
    In a bid to speed up negotiations that have dragged on for more than eight months, union officials representing supermarket workers in Southern California took one step closer Thursday night to going on strike. Their move: Officials from the United......
  • Nearly 1,000 attend job fair in Park Ridge

     
    Stephanie Harris thought finding a job would be easy after she received her medical assistant certificate last November. Instead, she found herself knee-deep in applications …...
  • Florida unemployment stuck at 10.7 percent

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Florida's unemployment rate in August remained stuck at 10.7 percent, well above the national average of 9.1 percent, as employers added a  paltry 9,900 new jobs. Some 987,000 would-be employees remained jobless out of a workforce of...
  • Complaint alleges coverup in SAG pension plan embezzlement scheme

     
    A former employee of the Screen Actors Guild pension and health plans has filed a complaint alleging that he was fired for attempting to uncover an embezzlement scheme involving a previous executive of the fund....
  • Grocery strike avoided; deal called 'win-win' for both sides

     
    Officials with the United Food and Commercial Workers confirmed Monday that they had reached a three-year labor contract with Ralphs, Vons and Albertsons, averting a grocery strike that would have idled more than 54,000 workers across Southern California....
  • California unemployment rate rises to 12.1% in August

     
    California lost jobs in August, sending the unemployment rate up to 12.1%....