Illinois households that moved out of state earned $19,600 more, on average, than those who moved in during the 2014-2015 tax year.View Report
United Airlines has become the latest Illinois employer to be sued for allegedly violating Illinois’ biometric privacy law through the use of fingerprint-operated time clocks.
Free N Fun Bar Bingo gets around state law by employing a sweepstakes model instead of a traditional participant buy-in. And lawmakers are not happy.
The October briefing from the Commission on Government Forecasting and Accountability outlines Illinois’ weak growth, and projects more of the same.
Leading the nation in pumpkin production is one of the few statistics Illinoisans can boast about in 2017.
The September metro jobs report follows statewide numbers that showed one of the worst months for payroll jobs since the Great Recession.
The flood of biometric privacy litigation engulfing tech companies and employers should make the General Assembly think twice before passing new regulations that could increase costs and compliance burdens for companies.
The online grocery delivery company is ditching the Chicago suburbs in favor of the Windy City itself.
State lawmakers supporting Senate Bill 1905 aren’t just seeking to crush the idea of Right to Work – they are seeking to crush anyone who supports it.
The state’s combined incentives package will reportedly include $1.4 billion in EDGE tax credits, $450 million in improvements, $250 million in new education and workforce programs, and more.
Lawmakers supporting Illinois Senate Bill 1905 aren’t just seeking to crush the idea of worker freedom – they are seeking to harm anyone who supports it.