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The following local students received master's degrees May 21 at McDaniel College's commencement: - Danielle Adams of Myersville, Md., counselor education - Carlyn Bagley of Frederick, Md., counselor education - Carlie Belt of Mount Airy, Md.,...
MINNEAPOLIS — An hour after his team had slid into the playoffs — and eliminated the Bears — with a 37-34 triumph over the Packers on Sunday, Vikings coach Leslie Frazier offered his support of Lovie Smith. "Lovie's a great coach in our...
Outreach On behalf of the Tribune, WorkplaceDynamics LLP of Exton, Pa., a workplace survey specialist, conducted an engagement survey of Chicago-area employers with at least 100 employees. The Tribune did not pay WorkplaceDynamics; the firm undertook the...
Choosing a career path can be daunting when faced with an 8.9 percent unemployment rate in Illinois and ongoing layoffs. But there are options that not only lead to gainful employment but self-fulfillment. One profession that hasn't slowed in the...
Democrats are finally up for a fight — with President Barack Obama. Having despaired that Obama gave in to the tea party on the debt deal, they now criticize him as too cautious in his proposals to boost American jobs. They're right that Obama...
A home health care service operated by Johns Hopkins failed to accommodate an employee with breast cancer and later fired her, the U.S. agency that enforces job discrimination laws charged in a suit announced Friday. The Equal Employment Opportunity...
Verizon Communications has agreed to pay $20 million to settle a discrimination lawsuit charging the telecommunications giant with failing to accommodate hundreds of workers whose absences were caused by their disabilities. The lawsuit and a consent...
Tags: Laws, Minority Groups, Unions, Sears, Roebuck and Co., AFL-CIO
Ahigh school counselor in La Puente once told Hilda Solis' mother that the girl really ought to forget about college and become a secretary. Well, so she has. Hilda Solis is the U.S. secretary of Labor. The daughter of factory workers and ardent union...
Dirty, used oil promises to bring some badly needed jobs to Baltimore, one recycling company says. But energy-saving light fixtures aren't proving to be the growth business that another company thought they were — at least not yet. FCC...
Tags: Towson, Employers, Environmental Cleanup, Anirban Basu, Politics
Few states have as good a reason as Maryland to be nervous about cuts in federal spending. The U.S. government employs more than 280,000 Marylanders directly and many indirectly, thanks to the billions of dollars in federal contracts that businesses in...
WGN NewsMaribeth Kuzmeski Books by Maribeth: ...And the Clients Went Wild!: How Savvy Professionals Win All the Business They Want The Connectors: How the World's Most Successful Businesspeople Build Relationships and Win Clients for Life Tips: Rejuvenate...
WGN NewsCara Dorn Five Things Hiring Managers Won't Tell You in an Interview: I haven't prepared in advance You may have spent hours creating your resume, but there's a good chance the hiring manager doesn't remember exactly what's on it. Advice: Always have an...
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