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  • District 64 postpones action on superintendent contract extension

    District 64 postpones action on superintendent contract extension
    A proposal to extend the contract and compensation package of Park Ridge-Niles School District 64 Superintendent Laurie Heinz was deferred by the board of education on May 19. "We were not done deliberating," said School Board president Anthony...
  • How would L.A.'s minimum wage law compare with other big cities?

    How would L.A.'s minimum wage law compare with other big cities?
    The Los Angeles City Council is considering a plan to increase the city's hourly minimum wage to $15 by 2020. Doing so would put Los Angeles in the same company as cities such as San Francisco and Seattle, which have already adopted new minimum wage laws....
  • What the Supreme Court 401(k) ruling means for you

    What the Supreme Court 401(k) ruling means for you
    The U.S. Supreme Court broadened protections of workers' retirements with an important decision that increased the responsibilities of the overseers of corporate 401(k)s,  particularly regarding fees charged by mutual fund companies.  The court opened the...
  • Miami Dolphins sign Ryan Tannehill to $96 million contract extension

    Miami Dolphins sign Ryan Tannehill to $96 million contract extension
    The Dolphins became the first team to dole out the big dollars to a quarterback taken in the 2012 NFL draft. Ryan Tannehill beat his peers — Andrew Luck, Russell Wilson, Robert Griffin III and Nick Foles — to a long-term extension, signing...
  • Work and play can go together

    Work and play can go together
    Sometimes you just need to have a little fun at work. We asked all of our Top Workplaces how they help employees reduce stress and have fun. Fifteen responded. Here's what they said. • All Star Recruiting: First and foremost, we make sure the...
  • At Road Theatre Company, how the Equity-mandated minimum wage might play out

    At Road Theatre Company, how the Equity-mandated minimum wage might play out
    ACT I. SCENE 1: A small black-box theater with a scuffed black floor. A charcoal gray armchair and matching ottoman sit in the center of the stage. Two long metal benches flank the armchair. Taylor Gilbert (mid-50s) stands stage right staring into the...
  • Job search: Be picky about perks

    DEAR JOYCE: As I get serious about finding a new job, I'll want not only higher pay and better benefits, but also more attractive perks. A recruiter tells me that perks are trending like never before. Is there a website that would let me compare the perks...
  • Degrees of difference: College majors make all the difference in pay

    Degrees of difference: College majors make all the difference in pay
    Students headed to college next fall have taken a step toward the American dream, but perhaps not the giant step they imagine. Although many parents indoctrinate their young children to study hard and go to college so they will have financial security...
  • Budgeting 101 for new college grads

     Budgeting 101 for new college grads
    Dear Liz: My son will be graduating from college this June. He is fortunate to have already landed a good job, starting in August, and will be managing his own finances for the first time. His company provides a full benefits package, retirement fund,...
  • If appointed, new Tinley mayor to get $36,000 bonus

    If appointed, new Tinley mayor to get $36,000 bonus
    If Tinley Park Trustee Dave Seaman is voted in as the town's next mayor by the village board, he will receive longevity bonuses worth about $36,000 above his base mayoral salary. But the longevity bonuses, which are part of an unusual compensation...
  • Uniform maker seeks tax incentives

    Uniform maker seeks tax incentives
    A maker and retailer of uniforms will be considered for $250,000 in tax-refund incentives by the Fort Lauderdale City Commission on Tuesday. In a memo, City Manager Lee Feldman asks commissioners to consider incentives for "Project Avery," an...