A north suburban school district is facing a possible teacher strike.
The nurses’ union at the University of Illinois at Chicago Medical Center has rejected the hospital’s last and final contract offer, and has voted to authorize a strike.
The CTA employee’s union says management is skewing statistics when it comes to sick days that workers take. CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine reports.
The local has suffered since CTA and Pace laid off hundreds of drivers and mechanics in 2010 because of financial constraints.
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A move is afoot to unionize teachers and others at a the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Teachers and staff at Oak Lawn Community High School have voted to take smaller pay raises the next couple years, rather than face cutting staff by about 20 percent.
Nurse practitioners working at Walgreens drugstore clinics have voted to unionize.
The political standoff in Wisconsin didn’t appear any closer to ending on Saturday.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and his Republican colleagues are threatening to send out police to detain and forcibly bring back the 14 absent Democratic state senators.
Illinois State Sen. Kirk Dillard (R-Hinsdale) says the state’s largest public employee union should not be receiving raises while Gov. Pat Quinn proposes to cut $100 million from human services.
Chicago firefighters and paramedics would get a 10 percent pay raise over five years and give the city its most flexibility ever to reduce manpower and cut overtime costs under a tentative contract up for a ratification vote.