Employment and Training
- Job Service Resources: Connecting Employers with Job Seekers;
Wisconsin Fast Forward
Find out about tools you can use today at no cost to help connect with candidates with proven foundational skills. Learn
about the variety of Job Service tools available and how they can be incorporated into your hiring practice. Learn about
the Wisconsin Fast Forward (WFF) grant program, a nationally recognized, talent development solution driven by Wisconsin
businesses to train and retain highly skilled workers, how it impacts business and employees in Wisconsin, and how to
submit a successful WFF grant application.
- State and Federal Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Worker Laws and
Discusses the primary functions of migrant law enforcement, which is administered by DWD (DWD 301 code) including:
inspection and certification of all migrant camps in the state; work agreement reviews; crew leader registration;
field sanitation; and complaint investigation. Also, provides a brief overview of the Migrant and Seasonal
Agricultural Worker Protection Act (MSPA) administered by the Federal Wage and Hour Division.
- National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC)
The National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC) is a portable credential that helps
build a job seeker’s confidence and verifies that his or her skills match an employer’s needs
and gives employers an insight into your work readiness skills, and skill levels in each of the
three areas of Applied Mathematics, Locating Information and Reading for Information.
- Strategies to Avoid a Hostile Work Environment
The workplace has changed dramatically in the last 20 years. Employees' expectations have changed and employers must conform to this shift in workplace atmospheres. Recognizing and preventing hostile work environments is essential for the success of business today. In this session you will learn the definition of a hostile work environment and some tips to avoid this conflict in your workplace.
- State & Local Workforce Services Targeted to Employers
The public workforce system is a valuable resource to support development of human capital which meets the skill demands of business. It provides a myriad of services, including recruitment assistance, customized labor market data, and work-based learning/training options. The North Central Wisconsin Business Solutions Team will discuss available tools – most at no cost to employers. The team will also provide an overview of dislocated worker program services available to businesses that are experiencing labor force reductions.
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