AT&T Investigates After Noose Found Hanging Above DeskThere is no further information at this time.
New Study Shows State Employees Are Paid Below Market RateThe study found that benefits offered by the state are above market, but state employees remain 4.6 percent below market.
There Are Real Benefits to Taking a Break From WorkEmployers who fully support "time off" have noticed an increase in employee well-being and group productivity.
McDonald's Robbers Enter, Escape Using Drive-Thru WindowOne suspect, armed with a gun, forced four or five employees into a backroom as others employees hid in safety.
Illinois AG Sues Jimmy John's Over Non-Compete AgreementsThe agreements prevent employees from working for any business located within three miles of some Jimmy John's.
Final Workers Finish Shifts at Mitsubishi Plant in NormalMitsubishi announced last July that it would close and sell its central Illinois plant.
Illinois House Fails to Override Veto of Union BillDemocrats failed to override Rauner's veto of a similar bill last year.
About 50 Rams Employees Left Behind in Move to Los AngelesThe team is providing a placement service for these employees, offering resume and interview tips, as well as networking opportunities.
Arch Coal Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy ProtectionArch Coal Inc. says its mines will remain open and its employees should not be immediately affected by the bankruptcy process.
Granite City Steel Company Lays Off Hundreds of WorkersLayoffs kicked in for roughly 500 workers, and about 2,000 will be sent home in the coming weeks, according to Dave Dowling, Subdistrict 2 director for the Steelworkers Union.
Earn $42K Annually For Picking Up The TrashThe National Waste and Recycling Association says they need new drivers, mechanics and welders to come on board right away
Records: Ill. Athletics Part of $1.5M Vehicle Program An open records request has found that 57 University of Illinois athletics employees, including coaches, administrators and wives, are part of a program in which car dealers provide them use of $1.5 million worth of vehicles.