If you fly at all, chances are you’ve visited Chicago’s O’Hare Airport – 66 million of us spent some time there just in 2012 – and while you were waiting for flights, you probably got something to eat. When I think of O’Hare, a ride on the long automated walkway is usually the first image ...
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About a dozen school lunchroom workers gathered outside Chicago Public Schools’ (CPS) headquarters today and called on the Board of Education to phase out its frozen food model and provide healthier meals to students.
Dozens of Chicago Public Schools food service workers rallied Tuesday afternoon to call for an end to quickly prepared frozen meals that can be readied in smaller kitchens by fewer workers.
The public owner of the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place on Monday called for a swift resolution to the long-running battle between the Chicago-based hotel company and the workers’ union, saying it is unfair and inappropriate for the employees to have gone three years without a raise.
The agency that runs McCormick Place and owns the Hyatt Regency there wants an end to a battle between Hyatt Hotels Corp. and the union that represents Hyatt employees.
Four months before their existing contracts were set to expire, more than 600 Hilton Hotel workers represented by Unite Here Local 1 and Local 450 have reached a five-year contract settlement with the hotel chain.