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A top administrator at the Illinois Department of Natural Resources said Friday he was forced to resign last week because of his doctor-ordered participation in professional fishing tournaments while on sick leave. Travis Loyd said he did nothing
Both are proven to build economic security for women and their families. Children in families with lower incomes are much less likely to have a parent with access to paid sick leave, which is critical to both the physical and economic well-being of
Policies that support women in the workforce -- including paid family leave, "affordable" child care, universal pre-kindergarten and a higher minimum wage -- are key to reviving the middle class, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) said Monday in a
Members of the Service Employees' International Union Local 1021, which represents 1,430 mechanics, custodians and clerical workers, will vote on the pact on Jan. 13. Local 1021, said he's hopeful that the members of his union will approve the
July and October "undermined the public's confidence" in the transit system and he sees a measure that would ban strikes as "a riders' bill of rights."...Keller said that in the next 60 to 90 days, he will draft an advisory measure supporting a
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Wednesday to make another attempt to resolve a dispute over a contract provision that calls for employees to receive up to six weeks of paid family medical leave annually. Members of Service Employees Union Local 1021, which represents 1,430
The lawyer for a Mountie who is on medical leave after he smoked medicinal marijuana on the job, and is undergoing a psychiatric assessment following his arrest on another issue, says his client is doing fine and wants to continue to tell his story...
After 22 years with the company, she was fired while waiting to be cleared by her doctors to return to work...Browning was dismissed from her position as a customer service representative last fall by the company she began working for in February of
Friday voted to send General Manager Grace Crunican back to the negotiating table to figure a way out of the mess that could cost the transit agency an estimated $44.2 million over four years in one of the costliest scenarios. That's in addition to