March 14, 2015
“Our neighborhood can be chaotic,” [program leader] Mary Visconti said…. “I thought that knitting would offer some peace and quiet. It’s a refuge where students… More ›
By: Monica Ginsburg
Crain’s Chicago Business
Even as millennials change the way corporations manage their workforce, favoring everything from flextime to more holistic health benefits, they’re changing the way their employers give back to the community. For some companies, the desire to do good may even dovetail with its main business or expertise. Morningstar, a Chicago-based investment research company, works with local organizations like After School Matters and the Noble Network of Charter Schools to promote education and teach financial literacy to young people.