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Picture the stereotypical telecommuter: Is he or she still wearing pajamas at noon, calling clients from the kitchen or emailing the boss from bed? Even though she works from home, Shelby Carlson, 26, of Lincoln Square, wouldn't be caught dead goofing...
Returning military service members, veterans and their spouses are invited to a job fair Thursday, March 24, at SunLife Stadium. The Recruit Military job fair is from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday at the home of the Miami Dolphins, 2269 Dan Marino Blvd.,...
State Sen. Patricia Van Pelt's campaign to put ex-offenders to work began almost a decade ago, when she was trying to figure out how to reverse blight in Chicago communities. Van Pelt found that many residents in those neighborhoods complained they...
NEWARK, N.J.—If Garry McCarthy had a honeymoon as Newark's top cop it ended violently on a single day in July 2009. On July 20 of that year, eight people were shot in two separate incidents, including a drive-by shooting that indiscriminately...
Tribune correspondentsBarack Obama won the presidency Tuesday, the first African-American to claim the highest office in the land, an improbable candidate fulfilling a once-impossible dream. A nation that in living memory struggled violently over racial equality will have...
Democrats are finally up for a fight — with President Barack Obama. Having despaired that Obama gave in to the tea party on the debt deal, they now criticize him as too cautious in his proposals to boost American jobs. They're right that Obama...
Tribune staff reportersThe featured speaker at a luncheon, Michelle Obama is about to ask a crowd of influential Chicago women to commit their hearts and wallets to her husband's presidential campaign. But first she's going to make sure they know that U.S. Sen. Barack Obama...
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A home health care service operated by Johns Hopkins failed to accommodate an employee with breast cancer and later fired her, the U.S. agency that enforces job discrimination laws charged in a suit announced Friday. The Equal Employment Opportunity...
Verizon Communications has agreed to pay $20 million to settle a discrimination lawsuit charging the telecommunications giant with failing to accommodate hundreds of workers whose absences were caused by their disabilities. The lawsuit and a consent...
Ahigh school counselor in La Puente once told Hilda Solis' mother that the girl really ought to forget about college and become a secretary. Well, so she has. Hilda Solis is the U.S. secretary of Labor. The daughter of factory workers and ardent union...
Tribune reportersEven before her voice was heard on covert recordings made by federal investigators, First Lady Patricia Blagojevich was neck-deep in the federal probe of her husband and his administration. Once a residential real estate broker on the North Side,...
Employees at Carefirst BlueCross BlueShield, the region's largest insurer, can work from home several days a week. Hunt Valley-based McCormick & Co. lets some full-time spice plant employees work four-day weeks. And in the "flexible workplace" of...
Tags: Career and Workplace, Elections, Barack Obama, Family, Maryland
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