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As construction workers top off the fifth floor, the new Broward County Courthouse rises. The county's hope: better conditions for the public and employees. At the northeast corner of Southeast Sixth Street and First Avenue, the 20-story tower will...
Tribune reporterCaterpillar Inc. on Friday said that it will lay off about a third of the workers in its South Milwaukee plant in 10 days because of lower demand for the mining equipment the Peoria-based heavy equipment manufacturer makes there. The move will affect...
What kind of mess have our state lawmakers got us into now? Illinois’ pension problem dwarfs the retirement problems of all other states. This state has a $100 billion unfunded liability or a $45,000 or more debt for every family that resides in...
Fifteen city of Laguna Beach employees will receive new workspaces as part of a planned office building purchase, pending City Council and Planning Commission approval. The city agreed to buy a 2,400-square-foot space at 479 Ocean Ave., across from...
Tags: Career and Workplace
Ed Spletzer retired from AT&T in 1990 after 34 years in the business. As a former manager who oversaw telephone operators, he adhered to one steadfast rule. "Back in my day, service was paramount," he said. "We really cared about service, and you...
Tags: Career and Workplace, Jon Yates
Eugene Boddie never expected to receive a free doughnut. After paying — or so he thought — for a coffee and two doughnuts, Boddie, 48, settled down on a corner sofa to enjoy his breakfast and rest his broken leg. When he examined his receipt,...
ReporterThe summer season is in full swing at the Homestead Resort, with guests enjoying the pools and workers putting the finishing touches on a $25 million upgrade. Wednesday morning, Omni Hotels and Resorts announced it has agreed to purchase the Bath County...
TUESDAYJUNE 18 THE PA SOCIETY OF TAX & ACCOUNTING PROFESSIONALS will hold "New Health Care Law Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act" at its monthly dinner meeting, 5:30-9 p.m., at Best Western Lehigh Valley Hotel, Routes 22 and 512, Hanover...
The Day Labor Office has moved to the Department of Labor and Regulation building at 420 S. Roosevelt St. The name also has changed to Short Term Labor, said Dan Thielsen, manager of the Department of Labor Aberdeen office. The day labor office had...
— While some cities have taken heat for giving employees raises in tough financial times, commissioners here say it's an obligation they have to keep. When the city was teetering on the brink of bankruptcy two years ago, employees were forced to...
Gov. Pat Quinn breathed new life into a bad idea this week when he suggested the way to pension reform could be to marry competing bills in the House and Senate. He sold this as a bid for compromise. It is not. It is a gimmick. Such a hybrid bill...
The colorful, fast-paced documentary "Hey Bartender" celebrates the renaissance of the craft cocktail and the men and women who mix them with rock star aplomb. To do so, writer-director Douglas Tirola ("Making the Boys") divertingly goes "behind the...
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