Spurred by projected hiring goals, local unions are in a rush to certify members in Milwaukee’s Residents Preference Program before the first of three major projects breaks ground in fall.
Milwaukee County is looking to change the way it pays for workforce development.
A new Milwaukee County initiative, Ready to Work, begins this year and will help Milwaukee County residents gain access to available jobs within the county.
By Marie Rohde A shortage of skilled blue-collar workers could slow the global economy’s recovery, but the image of the construction trades is discouraging students from entering the industry, according […]
By Sean Ryan Those fighting for more minorities in construction apprenticeships are split over whether it will take a heavy or a helping hand to get the job done. Paul […]
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