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WISCONSIN UNVEILS NEW JOB ORDER SYSTEM
MADISON – Department of Workforce Development (DWD) Secretary Jennifer Reinert today announced the debut of a new job order system that will make it easier for employers and job seekers to meet their respective employment need by significantly reducing the time and effort required to post job openings.
"This new system allows employers to input, change or delete their job postings any time of the day or week to JobNet, the single largest source of job listings in Wisconsin," Secretary Reinert said. "In the new job order system, we have a great example of efficient and effective government at its best," she said.
The new system offers employers a faster means of posting openings on the Internet in a more user-friendly format, which includes a number of technical enhancements that improve the speed, look and feel of the new site.
Businesses can register to use WJOS beginning Monday, July 9. Local Job Center staff will assist with the completion of the one-time process and approve access to the new system. When registration has been approved, users will have the capability to enter, change and close their own job listings. Those who do not wish to make changes themselves will still be able to use the system by faxing or calling job listings in to their local Job Center.
"The Wisconsin-designed, computer-based JobNet system remains one of the most popular job search tools in use today," said Reinert. "This new system will make JobNet an even better tool for helping Wisconsin employers overcome their labor shortage needs," she said.
For additional information about JobNet or other job and career information, contact any local Wisconsin Job Center. For the address and phone number of the nearest Wisconsin Job Center, call toll free 888/258-9966.
The Internet address for JobNet is www.dwd.state.wi.us/jobnet
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