Boeing employees to work from home during NATO summit
May 15, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Hundreds of people who work at Chicago's Boeing headquarters will stay home on Monday to avoid the NATO crowds.
The company told all 500 of its Chicago employees to work from home that day.
On Monday, protesters are scheduled to hold a demonstration outside the building on North Riverside Plaza.
Boeing says it's also trying to help workers avoid the inconvenience off all the road restrictions.
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