Gov. Tony Evers is convening a task force to recommend ways to combat the abuse of work misclassification.Read More »
When Dave Jones started his plumbing business in his garage in Mt. Horeb in 1977, he never envisioned it becoming a company with heating, fire-protection and electrical divisions.Read More »
Gov. Tony Evers' proposed budget wouldn't do enough to attract workers to Wisconsin and his proposals, including increasing the minimum wage, would actually hurt businesses, Republican lawmakers on the Legislature's budget committee argued on Thursday.Read More »
Gov.-elect Tony Evers named five members of his Cabinet on Thursday, including two Democratic state lawmakers and a former Obama administration official who had worked on the federal health care law.Read More »
Wisconsin's unemployment rate came in under 3 percent for the eighth straight month, providing more good economic news for Gov. Scott Walker as he sets his sights on winning re-election just over two weeks from now.Read More »
In supplying enough skilled workers to build Foxconn Technology Group’s planned $10 billion factory in Wisconsin, workforce-development groups can't expect to produce different results by doing things in the same old way.
Tagged with: Associated Builders & Contractors of Wisconsin Associated General Contractors of Greater Milwaukee Department of Workforce Development Foxconn International Union of Operating Engineers Local 139 Terry McGowanRead More »