Federal Workers Take On Odd Jobs To Make Ends MeetThe hundreds of thousands of out-of-work government employees have more options than in past shutdowns given the rise of the so-called "gig economy" that has made an entire workforce out of people doing home vacation rentals and driving for companies like Uber, Lyft and Postmates.
Strong Labor Market Has More Americans Quitting Their JobsEven as employers struggle to hire workers, wages remain stagnant.
Help Wanted: Job Fair Offers Opportunities, Hope"Across the spectrum, everyone is hiring. For the first time in modern history, jobs are available."
New Business: Auto Suppliers Expected To Usher In Hundreds Of JobsAn auto supplier is set to build a new plant in Detroit and create as many as 750 new jobs.
Business Owners: Ask These 5 Questions When Interviewing Potential New EmployeesA decade from now, this tech-savvy, team-orientated generation will account for 75 percent of the nation’s workforce.
How To Write A Job Description According To The ExpertsWhether you’ve never hired employees before, or you have lots of experience in the hiring process, it all starts with a well-written and thorough job description.
Firing An Employee? Check Out These 4 Tips For Avoiding A LawsuitWhile it's no small business owner's idea of a good time, it sometimes becomes necessary to fire an employee.
Chicago Area Police Lieutenant Values EducationPolice Lieutenant Frank Trost shares information about his background and career.
Chief Psychologist Prepared With Academics And Broad-Field TrainingDr. Kenya D. Key explains how her education and clinical training helped her to be prepared for a competitive workforce in a psychology related field.
Chicago Caremerge Founder And CEO Believes In TeamworkAsif Khan, founder and CEO of Caremerge, gives insight into his role and offers sound advice to others who desire a similar role.
Industrial-Organizational Psychologists Growth Expected To Continue In ChicagoIndustrial-organizational psychology is the fastest growing profession. Find out what it takes to get into this highly specialized field.
Chicago Director Helps Make The Criminal Justice System More JustJac Charlier, Director of Consulting and Training at the Center for Health and Justice, works to improve the justice system and improve the lives of citizens.