The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development offers many tools and resources to help you find the workers you need to be successful.
Wisconsin's Council on Workforce Investment, a committee of private sector employers and other workforce development leaders, is a critical advisory group to Governor Scott Walker regarding issues of workforce planning strategies.
Wisconsin's eleven Workforce Development Boards (WDBs) are key stakeholders in delivering access to employment training, and linking skilled workers to the jobs in demand. WDBs work closely with employers and are committed to addressing local, regional and statewide workforce needs.
JobCenterOfWisconsin.com (JCW) is Wisconsin's labor exchange vehicle. On JCW employers can post job openings, search candidates, develop recruitment strategies, find labor market information and connect with training resources for your staff and those newly hired. Plus, Wisconsin offers a return on investment for businesses and tax incentives on a number of programs.
Through a wide array of partnerships and resources, DWD can connect you to qualified job seekers: