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  • What does marriage equality mean for the workplace?

     What does marriage equality mean for the workplace?
    What does marriage equality mean for the workplace? For administrators of employee benefits, it clarifies a process that had been made complicated by a patchwork of same-sex marriage laws. Before Friday's Supreme Court decision giving same-sex couples...
  • Employees, families to have access to new health center

    Huntington Ingalls has broken ground on the HII Family Health Center for some Newport News Shipbuilding employees and their families, on Washington Avenue between 45th and 46th streets, just outside the shipyard's gates. The two-story, 20,000-square-foot...
  • Northern Trust says nearly 90 jobs moving to Arizona

    Northern Trust says nearly 90 jobs moving to Arizona
    Northern Trust said fewer than 90 jobs will move from Chicago to Arizona by the end of the year. The Chicago-based financial services firm said earlier this year that it plans to open an operating center in Tempe that will grow to 1,000 full-time jobs...
  • Newport News Shipbuilding to open clinic for employees, families

    Newport News Shipbuilding to open clinic for employees, families
    Huntington Ingalls has broken ground on the HII Family Health Center for some Newport News Shipbuilding employees and their families, on Washington Avenue between 45th and 46th streets, just outside the shipyard's gates. The two-story, 20,000-square-...
  • Jim Landers: America's real issue is cost of care, not the cost of insurance

    WASHINGTON Our national argument over the Affordable Care Act has focused on whether the government, through subsidies and mandates, should give more Americans access to health care insurance. The argument overlooks the aim of the law's title: Can we have...
  • Tinley Park set to ditch longevity pay

    Tinley Park set to ditch longevity pay
    Tinley Park trustees appear ready to ditch a controversial pay perk for elected officials that awards bonuses for years of service. While not taking any definitive action on eliminating the longevity pay, trustees and Mayor Dave Seaman indicated at a...
  • Business concerns stall minimum wage vote by L.A. County board

    Business concerns stall minimum wage vote by L.A. County board
    The campaign to push Los Angeles County to significantly raise the minimum wage suffered an unexpected setback Tuesday, with a key county supervisor demanding a postponement to address complaints from small-business owners. Labor unions and other...
  • Rauner battling unions on a second front: A new contract

    Rauner battling unions on a second front: A new contract
    As Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner remains locked in a stalemate with Democratic lawmakers over his pro-business, anti-union agenda, he's opened up a second front, battling the largest state employee union over a new contract. For decades, such...
  • Anthem reaffirms commitment to its $47-billion bid for Cigna

    Anthem sees its more than $47 billion bid to buy rival Cigna as a way to muscle up on technology that helps consumers and to strengthen its rapidly growing Medicare Advantage business. Leaders of the Blue Cross-Blue Shield insurer reaffirmed on Monday...
  • Tips for 20-somethings to handle finances

    Tips for 20-somethings to handle finances
    Finding a job, renting an apartment, repaying student loans — when you're just starting out, getting on your financial feet can be overwhelming. A recent study by Money Under 30, a personal finance blog for 20-somethings, found that many young...
  • Board views coroner's hiring of PR consultant as unnecessary expense

     Board views coroner's hiring of PR consultant as unnecessary expense
    The Kane County Board is surprised by yet another decision by the coroner, this time for hiring a part-time public relations consultant. The position will pay at least $70 an hour. "It's about saving lives," Coroner Rob Russell said. "We have these life-...