Only 51 percent of black adults reported having some form of work in Illinois.View Report
House Bill 162 would bring back Illinois’ Economic Development for a Growing Economy tax credit program.
Onerous regulations drag down Skokie businesses trying to stay afloat and provide job opportunities for residents who need them.
The factory will close its doors after more than 70 years of making lighting components.
The announcement comes on the heels of the manufacturing giant’s decision to invest in Wisconsin.
The collar counties were hit hardest by mass layoffs in July.
Illinois has sued a pharmaceutical company over opioid marketing, yet state lawmakers refuse to reform a workers’ compensation system that encourages the overprescription of dangerous drugs.
Alliance Steel Corp could bring 100 new jobs to Gary, Indiana.
Illinois’ manufacturing middle class continues to face somber news.
Lawsuits by employees over the use of fingerprint time clocks could cost companies millions in damages.
The number of Cook County municipalities that have opted out of both ordinances has climbed to 107.