Chicago Woman Wants To Know Why Nobody Has Been Charged Months After Her Unemployment Money Was StolenStolen state money – why doesn’t the state want it back? A Chicago woman is asking that question months after she tracked down where a fraudster stole her unemployment money, and shared the information she gathered with police and the State of Illinois.
Metra Set To Launch Major Hiring Initiative In New YearMetra is planning a major hiring push in the New Year.
Working For Chicago: Hotline With Career Coaches Available To Offer Assistance, Tips For Job SeekersCoaches will give you the most up-to-date advice on the job market right now all for free.
Illinois Unemployment Fraud Victims Learn Fraudulent Accounts Opened In Their Names Are Technically Still Open, And State Can't Explain WhyUnemployment fraud victims in Illinois are being revictimized, and the state does not have an explanation why.
Illinois Department Of Employment Security Nixing Debit Cards, Going Back To Sending Paper ChecksIf you get unemployment benefits from the State of Illinois, your money will now come in paper instead of plastic.
Barrington Woman Making $1,000 A Week On Poshmark Wants To Help You Build A Business At HomeAs we continue Working For Chicago, CBS 2's Audrina Bigos shares how one suburban woman is teaching ladies how to build their own business at home.
Backlog In Illinois Unemployment Callback Queue Reduced To Lowest Number We've Seen All YearThe Illinois Department of Employment Security is finally making headway in getting help to people stuck in its callback system.
City Announces $2.7 Million COVID-19 Small Business Support Program Engaging Nonprofits To Help Chicago Businesses That Have Been SufferingMayor Lori Lightfoot and the Chicago Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection announced a new grant program this week to allow nonprofits to help small businesses that have been suffering during the COVID-19 pandemic.
New ILogin Verification System Is Locking Out Illinoisans Trying To File Unemployment ClaimsImagine logging on to get your unemployment money, and getting an error message that keeps you locked out. A new additional security system designed to prevent unemployment fraud is causing new problems for many claimants.
McCormick Place Expects To Generate $1.2 Billion For City And State This Coming Year, With Impact Well Beyond Convention CenterMcCormick Place is expecting to generate $1.2 billion for the City of Chicago and the State of Illinois this coming year – not too shabby at all considering the COVID-19 pandemic.
Illinois Department Of Employment Security Promised Money Back To Unemployment Recipients After Overpayment Waivers, So Where Are The Refunds?Their refunds from the State of Illinois are approved, but for nearly a year, some unemployment claimants have been waiting on the money they are owed.
New 'Talent Solutions Connector' Tool Seeks To Help Cook County Businesses Find Potential New Employees"I wouldn't say it's revolutionary. It just fills a need," said Dani Petrie, executive director of the Origami Works Foundation that is privately funding the project.
Veterans Job Fair At Soldier Field Provides 'Low Stress' Recruiting For A Return To Civilian Life"These men and women are going thru a culture shock. They’re going from living, breathing, sleeping military."
'So Happy': Pilsen Business Owner Credits Back To Business Grant Program To Stay Afloat During Pandemic
Chicago Magnesium Casting Company Bringing Dozens Of Jobs To DixmoorDozens of new jobs are coming to south suburban Dixmoor.