Workplace expert John Challenger – CEO of outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas – said Silicon Valley companies like Netflix are competing against each other for the best and brightest employees, so they’re raising the stakes.
A human resources expert says issues of marijuana and the workplace are definitely headed for court, reports WBBM’s John Cody.
If you haven’t been bit by the flu bug this year, you might be lucky or maybe you’ve been getting help from the boss.
This year’s presidential race has stirred passions and ignited heated debate from all corners of the country and from every venue, including the workplace.
The U.S. Department of Labor issues its key monthly jobs report for August Friday morning, but another report today suggests the job market is in something of a holding pattern.
A local workplace analyst warned Tuesday that workplace bullying is affecting more than 50 million people across the country, and costing businesses the service of valued employees.
Increased security, street closures and uncertainty about protests has companies such as Blue Cross/Blue Shield telling its workers to telecommute on May 18 and 20.
Ahead of a key government jobs report for February coming up Friday, a Chicago-based research firm says downsizing by employers eased last month.
The U.S. Labor Department says the jobless rate fell in November to 8.6 percent, down from 9 percent the month before. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker takes a look at the face on the newly employed.
If you’re planning to find a temporary job around the holidays, you may want to get a jump start on that right now.
Millions of workers sitting at their computers are busy — assembling their fantasy football teams. But one employment consultant sees no reason for employers to be upset, in most cases.
A couple of new economic reports Wednesday suggest a stronger job market but increased concerns about inflation.
The Chicago outplacement firm, Challenger, Gray & Christmas says planned job cuts soared again in February, the second straight month they’ve gone up.
A couple from south suburban Hazel Crest watched the State of the Union address with special concern about jobs Tuesday night.